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  by CPF66
 
Nothing had been reported on the Greenville log when I wrote that post.
  by NHV 669
 
The log is generally maintained by the regular moderator Red Wing, is hardly ever done immediately like the Chester one, and is often posted after I have taken my own notes on the trains passing and sent to the chat there, the FB page, as well as this thread.

The best bet is always to check the feed itself.
  by NHV 669
 
120 was into Greenville Jct. at 17:46 with 8030/9782, 34 mixed freight (2 loaded autoracks), 47 wells/63 containers, 70 empty wells.
  by CPF66
 
NHV 669 wrote: Mon Jun 03, 2024 4:14 pm The log is generally maintained by the regular moderator Red Wing, is hardly ever done immediately like the Chester one, and is often posted after I have taken my own notes on the trains passing and sent to the chat there, the FB page, as well as this thread.

The best bet is always to check the feed itself.
Noted
  by NHV 669
 
121 was into Greenville Jct. at 08:40 with 9782/9801, 43 wells/71 containers, 62 mixed freight.

[Edited at 17:47]

120 was into Greenville Jct. at 15:08 with 8851/KCS 4180, 52 mixed freight (one loaded autorack), 33 wells/51 containers, 61 empty wells.
  by NHV 669
 
121 was into Greenville Jct. at 09:05 with 8851/8030/KCS 4180/3015, 75 wells/152 containers, 3 empty wells, one empty centerbeam.

[Edited at 15:39]

120 was into Greenville Jct. at 14:22 with 8033, 47 mixed freight (24 loaded autoracks), 46 wells/54 containers, KCS 3937 (DPU), 16 wells/24 containers, 59 empty wells.
  by NHV 669
 
121 was into Greenville Jct. at 08:30 with 8033, 56 wells/115 containers, KCS 3937 (DPU), 30 wells/66 containers, 22 mixed freight.
  by NHV 669
 
No 120 yesterday; no 121 this morning.

120 was into Greenville Jct. at 15:08 with KCS 5014/9806, 74 mixed freight (32 loaded autoracks), 8030 (DPU), 69 wells/107 containers, 9 empty wells.
  by NHV 669
 
121 was into Greenville Jct. at 08:24 with 8030/9806, 54 mixed freight, 30 wells/51 containers, KCS 5014 (DPU), 64 wells/108 containers, 18 empty autoracks.
  by NHV 669
 
No 120 yesterday.

121 was into Greenville Jct. at 08:17 with 9762/2299, 28 mixed freight, 39 wells/76 containers, 8007 (DPU), 50 wells/108 containers, 18 empty autoracks.

[Edited at 20:15]

120 was into Greenville Jct. at 16:04 with 8168/2263, 34 mixed freight (5 loaded autoracks), 34 wells/57 containers, two empty wells, KCS 5009 (DPU), 80 wells/126 containers, 46 empty wells.
  by CPF66
 
I saw in a video that CSX is moving propane to Mattawamkeag, which seems to be traffic CP used to move. To my knowledge the only LPG movements until now (for east of Waterville) was for Bouchard in Hermon which took 2-3 cars a week. Not sure if these are for MNR, NBSR or CN.
  by NHV 669
 
121 was into Greenville Jct. at 08:01 with 8168, 43 mixed freight, KCS 5009 (DPU), 66 wells/97 containers.
  by NHV 669
 
No 120 yesterday, no 121 this morning.

120 was into Greenville Jct. at 12:25 with 8018/8650/2299, 18 wells/36 containers, 84 mixed freight (7 loaded autoracks), 5 empty wells.
  by KuBand12
 
CPF66 wrote: Mon Jun 10, 2024 7:02 am I saw in a video that CSX is moving propane to Mattawamkeag, which seems to be traffic CP used to move. To my knowledge the only LPG movements until now (for east of Waterville) was for Bouchard in Hermon which took 2-3 cars a week. Not sure if these are for MNR, NBSR or CN.
I am trying to figure that out too. Do you know for sure if those tanks are full or empty?
  by CPF66
 
Loads most likely, I don't think there is a LPG processing facility in the Maritimes.
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