|Moving in to pick up the loaded cars.|
I was out driving in the countryside the other week when I happened upon a bit of switching at the grain elevator in Turney.
I didn’t have much time, but it was a pleasant diversion—and a good chance to take a few photos.
Turney is switched by the Nance turn, which interchanges cars with the Peace River Northern at Nance and switches the elevator on an as-needed basis.
(Turney is named after my friend Morgan Turney, editor of Canadian Railway Modeller.)
|Bonus! A freight comes by.|
|A view of the overall scene.|
|The loaded cars are on the main; the empty is being spotted.|
|Leaving Turney with loaded cars in tow.|