No, this is actually bottled water on containers that is bound for the intermodal ramp in Ayer. The symbol has been used occasionally prior to that when volume accumulated at either location sufficient to run a dedicated train. If you think about it, Pan Am has been using the train's origin, Selkirk, as part of the symbol and not the train's origin on Pan AM, Worcester or Barbers. So no need for a symbol change just because a CSX crew is handling it about 25 more miles.
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