They abolished the Q621 a while back. Or was it the 620, I'd have to go back and read the thread. But that's no real surprise.
The turn on the power is unusual, though, it likely means running just that unit around the wye at the engine facility in Dewitt.
A loaded grain went up a few days ago and yesterday the empties came down. A train's going up just now, two CN leading two CSX units.
I read on Facebook the Port of Oswego filed an objection that requests Finger Lakes be given rights to work the Fulton Sub and maintain a CSX interchange for their traffic, plus they wanted to bring them in to work their line from the docks. Some idea that aluminum ingots that are trucked in would come to the port by ship, plus they felt that going through CN might add delays because it's a short haul for them. Be interesting to see what comes of it.