Suggested by CPCNfanCarson on October 25, 2017, 11:24 am
A new railcam should be added into McDougall St in Windsor Ontario. At this road, we see the CP Windsor Subdivison merge with CP's entry to the Windsor Yard. It also features a Diamond with the Essex Terminal railway, where local freights run daily back and forth over the CP.
On average, McDougall St sees about 20-25 trains a day. Though 5 years ago it would have ranged anywhere from 35-45. Maybe 50. Yes, the amount of trains currently running is slim compared to what it was.. But we must keep in mind that Canadian Pacific just came out of a massive cut down with Hunter Harrison to get CP back on their feet. Now that CP's profits are more stable, it is safe to say that traffic on the line will only raise back up.
McDougall St sees a great quantity of CP trains, good amount of Essex Terminal Railway (ETR) action, the odd CSX unit grain train, and a CN Local reroute from time to time. Of course, these are the trains most likely to see, as there are many more unpredictable moves that could happen at anytime.
Seeing McDougall road in Windsor Ontario would be a dream come true for me, and I'm sure many others would agree on making this location a railcam.
The following users have voted on this idea and want to see it implemented.
+1 by Dangersdan707 on 31 Dec 2017 17:25 (5 months ago)
+1 by freightgate on 19 Dec 2017 08:48 (6 months ago)
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