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  • jbtower
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    Originally posted by qballbandit View Post
    I'm down with Spaulding, but you may still see more CN than CPKC for a bit, though they say another 11 trains (at some point) on the Elgin Sub. I hang at Spaulding fairly frequently, as well as at Bensenville/Franklin Park, so either works for me!
    Bensenville/Franklin Park is cool too Neil and it's been a while since I've been there!

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  • qballbandit
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    I'm down with Spaulding, but you may still see more CN than CPKC for a bit, though they say another 11 trains (at some point) on the Elgin Sub. I hang at Spaulding fairly frequently, as well as at Bensenville/Franklin Park, so either works for me!

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  • CSRX
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    The Bucees logo is probably the greatest one I've seen so far.

    CPKC, new name, same results.

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  • eric
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    I like the Buccee's one better.

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  • jbtower
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  • jbtower
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    Originally posted by eric View Post
    Give me a heads up when you do. I think a live meet in the Chicago area is long overdue.
    Absolutely

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  • eric
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    Originally posted by jbtower View Post
    We might have to bring some chairs over to Spaulding and watch the show Neil......
    Give me a heads up when you do. I think a live meet in the Chicago area is long overdue.

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  • jbtower
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    Originally posted by qballbandit View Post
    Hi Kevin,
    Saw a Grey Ghost at Big Timber here, last week. Waiting for more traffic on the Elgin Sub.
    We might have to bring some chairs over to Spaulding and watch the show Neil......

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  • rdayt
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    Mkay,
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  • eric
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    The new new logo is out.

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  • geepster775
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    And to think we all missed out on Canadian National New Orleans (CNNO). We are all poorer for it.

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  • Unoriginal
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    I do also hope that logo isn’t final, feel like there needs to be some part to represent the KCS side other than just the KCS and KCSM on the top (since it’s essentially just an edited version of the CP logo).
    Maybe they could bring a version of the “dual flags” livery back.

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  • mword77
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    I hope that isn't the final design. Maybe after a little time, they'll revisit it. Seems kind of lazy...

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  • dcarleton
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    The CP-KCS merger became effective today, and the new logo was unveiled.
    It includes a Mapleleaf, and a Beaver.

    Canadian Pacific Kansas City, the first railroad to link Canada, the U.S., and Mexico, made its debut today and unveiled its new logo and website. Officials from Canadian Pacific and Kansas City Southern will celebrate the historic merger at a final spike ceremony scheduled for 10 a.m. today at Knoche Yard in Kansas City, Mo., the only location where the two

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  • dcarleton
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    Trains Newswire is reporting that CPKC will begin operations on April 14. That's four weeks from today.
    They also named 11 top executives (in addition to the president), all but 3 of them from CP.

    CALGARY, Alberta — Canadian Pacific will waste no time officially combining with Kansas City Southern. CP said today that it will create Canadian Pacific Kansas City on April 14, the earliest date CP could take control of KCS under the Surface Transportation Board’s approval of the $31 billion merger.

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