Canadian Pacific SD40-2 #6034 bursts out of the Detroit River tunnel in a cloud of exhaust with an eastbound freight from the U.S. at Windsor, ON. This tunnel, a remarkable engineering achievement... (more)
End of the line for the Canada Southern Railway. CP SD40-2 #6030 & GTW SD40-2 #5937, power for the CASO rail removal train, sit at the yard in Chatham, ON. Most of the ex-New York Central subsidia... (more)
SOO SD60's 6026, 6051, 6027 pull ethanol train 640 out of the Welland Canal tunnel enroute to the United States. This is my first, and probably last time seeing a SOO Line trio. It was originally ... (more)
East of Tilbury, ON the Morris Line wigwags have been activated as a westbound CN train passes by. One of two remaining sets of wigwag signals in Canada, this section of the CASO saw it's last tr... (more)
3 GE U36B demonstrators are westbound on Penn Central train LS3 at Canfield Jct. Ontario. Apparently this was a short lived model at GE where less than 150 were built.
The power from WQSTO2 CR 7440 - CR 5826 are backing out of the spur at Airport after placing a CN double door box car. They had picked up the car from the interchange yard at Hagersville on the he... (more)
Double the normal number of units, WQST02 accelerates down the straight away by the Waterford Ponds as it heads west from Montrose yard in Niagara Falls to St Thomas. CR 7434 - CR 5825 - CR 7437 -... (more)
NI42 has just crossed the CN Hagersville Sub on it's way towards Buffalo. B&O 4026 - B&O 4290 with 41 cars and caboose 904125 make up todays train.
GP-7 CR 5824 and GP-9's CR 7433 - CR 7434 sit outside the former Michigan Central (CASO) shops. The track they are on is where the units were fueled and sanded.
A pair of NYC E8's lead an eastbound passenger on the Michigan Central through Canfield in September 1967.
A pair of C&O GP30's lead a U25B on a westbound freight on the Michigan Central tracks through southern Ontario.
R320 plowing through a cut partially filled in from a recent snow storm. Cut was approx. 15 to 20 cars long and the snow you see out front of the lead unit was about the same depth through the ent... (more)
Essex Terminal #9 goes for a ride on the transfer table. The table itself no longer works, but was instead moved by a tractor. Note how much the locomotive hangs over the end of the table.
3 MLW's smoke it up nicely in St. Thomas, Ontario.