Canadian National Railways - St. Clair River Tunnel Derailment, 03 July, 2019 Photos

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The Line Up Of Tractors Pulling CN8832 Out Of The Tunnel. There Is Another Tractor Out Of Frame On The Left Side Of The Photo.

The Crawler Line Halted Or Stalled At This Point. Note The Angle Of The Body Of The Crane In Front Of CN8832.

Pulling An Autorack Out Of The Portal 1.

Pulling An Autorack Out Of The Portal 2.

CN8832 Parked In Front Of The Sarnia Via Station.

CN8832 Was A Distributed Power Unit In A Middle Positon In The Train And Was Inside The Tunnel When At The Time Of The Ocurrance.

CN8832 Front End Damage.

CN8832 Rear End Damage.

One of the heaps of scrapped vehicles that formed during the clean up. For safety, two of the vehicles have their 4-way flashers on.

Most of the scrapped vehicles were put in dump trucks and hauled to the top of the incline where they were chopped up. Destroying them in place would have caused an environmental nightmare from the spilled oils and gasoline.

Railcars were mostly cut up near the bottom of the main incline and carted to the top of the hill.

One dangerous goods railcar containing acid leaked but it was near the east portal making disposal and clean up easier.

Tunnel Construction Photos Circa 1991


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