Remarks: After picking up cars at Tunnel Siding, the F units head upgrade out of Cramer (with a great display of smoke). We catch them crossing the bridge at Cramer, then we see them again at a grade crossing near Trow. The train is left behind at Trow, and the units return light to Cramer for the rest of the loads; both will be assembled to form one train for Hoyt Lakes back at Trow. The unit leading the light power set back to Cramer is CE F9A 4211, which is now owned by the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. It is dead (bad batteries) but makes for a good shoving platform.
With it's F units the Cliffs Erie railroad is becoming one of my favorite railroads in the United States. This particular video is made excellent by the audio of the motors throttling up as they pass the camera. Nice work.
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