• Intermodal to Saint John

  • Discussion relating to the past and present operations of CPR. Official web site can be found here: CPR.CA.
Discussion relating to the past and present operations of CPR. Official web site can be found here: CPR.CA.

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  by NHV 669
 
132 was into Greenville Jct. at 16:33 with 8844/8884/8616, 46 mixed freight, 24 loaded wells/29 containers, 26 empty wells.
  by NHV 669
 
223-27 was into Greenville Jct. at 22:56 with 3 units (8634 leading), 119 wells/239 containers, 16 mixed freight.
  by NHV 669
 
223-28 was into Greenville Jct. at 21:58 with 3 units, 8616 leading, 38 wells/80 containers, 47 mixed freight.
  by NHV 669
 
132 was into Greenville Jct. at 16:26 with 8174/7015 and 76 mixed freight, 19 wells/54 containers, 8781(DPU), 58 loaded wells/130 containers, 7 empty wells.
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  by NHV 669
 
223-29 was into Greenville Jct. at 23:57, looked like 8604 leading, all three units CP red. 7015/8781 did not return west. 64 wells/131 containers, 30 mixed freight.
  by NHV 669
 
223 was into Greenville Jct. at 00:38 with 8636?/7015, 81 wells/184 containers, 21 mixed freight, DPU, 49 mixed freight, 9 or so flats loaded with MoW equipment.
  by NHV 669
 
223-02 was into Greenville Jct. at 00:16, three units, 52 wells/107 containers, 65 mixed freight.
  by NHV 669
 
132 was into Greenville Jct. at 14:40 with 8781/9779, 36 loaded wells/93 containers, 95 empty wells, 871? (DPU), 83 empty wells.
  by NHV 669
 
223-03 was into Greenville Jct. at 00:20 with 9742? and another unit, 96 wells/195 containers, 8 mixed freight, DPU, 59 mixed freight.
  by johnpbarlow
 
FreightWaves on-line article published Monday 10/3/22: "Atlantic Canada ports: Saint John exceeds 2021 volumes, Halifax goes green". Excerpt:
The port, located in the Canadian province of New Brunswick, has handled about 100,000 twenty-foot equivalent units since the start of 2022, “which is more throughput than Port Saint John has ever experienced on an annual basis,” the port said last week.

The port handled 64,682 TEUs between January and September 2021, according to port spokesperson Jane Burchill, making for a nearly 55% increase year over year.

In 2021, Port Saint John handled 86,949 TEUs, which itself was a 10% increase over 2020 volumes. Last year also marked the fifth consecutive year of container growth at the port complex.

The increase in this year’s volumes comes as the port prepares for its second berth to go online in 2023. Additional cargo laydown space will also be available in 2024 and 2025.

https://www.freightwaves.com/news/atlan ... goes-green
  by NHV 669
 
132 was into Greenville Jct. at 15:01 with 8174, 5 mixed freight, 31 wells/47 containers, 8636 (DPU), 74 wells/182 containers. This was an extra that departed Farnham yesterday, must have canned somewhere between.

There was also an extra 223 into Greenville Jct. at 10:53 with 8884/9779/8781, 33 mixed freight.
  by NHV 669
 
Today's 4th train through Greenville since midnight, the "regular" 132 through Greenville Jct. at 16:25 with 8112/8897/8155, 105 wells/195 containers.
  by NHV 669
 
223-04 was into Greenville Jct. at 23:14 with 8636/8174, 70 wells/150 containers, 29 mixed freight.
  by NHV 669
 
223-05 was into Greenville Jct. at 22:11 with 4 units, 3057 trailing. 101 wells/205 containers, 21 mixed freight.

Yesterday's 132 was into Greenville Jct. at 13:31 with 8070/?/?, 87 loaded wells/191 containers, 58 empty wells.
  by NHV 669
 
132 was into Greenville Jct. at 15:13 with ?/8884, 31 mixed freight, 8781 (DPU), 4 empty wells, 16 mixed freight, 95 wells/236 containers.
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