An SOR car hop from Hamilton Yard to Paris West finds RLK 4057 and GATX 7369 powering up toward the crest of the Dundas hill at Copetown, ON.
A grubby looking CPR AC4400CW 9579 leads an array of power on a southbound train at the Dundurn St. wye in Hamilton. Just a short distance ahead is the Hunter St. tunnel which leads to the downto... (more)
OSR 182 (nee CPR 8764) and GP-7 378 (nee Soo 378) are two examples of first generation power in regular service on an Ontario Short Line. They are seen here crossing the Thames River in Woodstock... (more)
OSR 182 (nee CPR 8764) and GP-7 378 (nee Soo 378) run light westbound toward Putnam, ON. where they will lift several covered hoppers before heading to the CAMI Automotive Plant in Ingersoll to ad... (more)
An electrically interlocked derail guards a seldom used siding at Copetown, ON as CN 8802 approaches the crest of the Dundas hill.
The GP40TC locomotives was the first engine GO Transit bought. Purchased in 1967, featuring a 16 cylinder 645E 3000hp engine, no dynamic brakes, and a separate 500hp engine to power the HEP gener... (more)
When GO Transit first started service, they used GP40TC locomotives, single level commuter coaches, and Hawker Siddeley cab cars as seen here. When seen approaching from a distance, these cab c... (more)
The first two Canadian National C-630M units are seen near Hamilton, ON at Aldershot East after setting off cars in Aldershot Yard. They will back onto their train and head up the Halton S... (more)
A Montreal built FPA-4 approaches Bayview Junction with an eastbound passenger train in November 1967
Four first generation units throttle up at Hamilton West as they begin the ascent of Dundas hill on the CN Dundas Sub for 10 miles to Copetown, ON. Hamilton West has been combined into the plant ... (more)
A pair of NYC E8's lead an eastbound passenger on the Michigan Central through Canfield in September 1967.
Oh! Those FA'sCP MLW FA-1 4020, MLW RS-3 8433 and MLW FPA-2 4095 idle at Quebec St. in London, ON.
An eastbound freight on the Grimsby Sub. switches the east end of Parkdale Yard. By late 1967, the green and gold paint scheme was a rare find on an RS-3.
The low sun glinting off the Nickel Plate rails underscores a trio of Pennsylvania Alco RS-3's at Silver Creek, NY. in September of 1967. The operator has come out of his shack to inspect the tra... (more)
A pair of C&O GP30's lead a U25B on a westbound freight on the Michigan Central tracks through southern Ontario.