Back when CP was still cool, a mother/daughter set is heading back down into the bowl after putting a block of cars away in the departure track.
Power from an inbound freight off the MacTier Sub. heads to the shop in CPR's Agincourt (Toronto) Yard.
CPR had the one and only Montreal Locomotive Works RSD-17. It was MLW's bid to compete against the FM-CLC Trainmaster. It was built in 1957 and demonstrated for two years as CPR 7007, CN 3899 an... (more)
CPR rostered 20 FA-2's and 7 FPA-2's. A number were traded in on C424's in the mid-1960's but some ran for another ten years, the last one being removed from service on November 8, 1975. They di... (more)
The Empress of Agincourt takes a rest at Toronto, ON in September 1981. This one of a kind MLW product was a demo unit built in 1957 and tested on PGE and CN before becoming a CP unit. It's nose w... (more)
SOO 4417 & CP 3071 sit at the east end of Toronto with some double stacks.
Brand new CP 2205 rests in CP's Agincourt Yard as it waits for tomorrow morning so it can test and monitor KLR Trackage.
2205, one of CP's newest horses, idles on the old caboose track in Agincourt Yard with a TEC consist in tow.
It is a cold, overcast winter day when a pair of CP MLW C424's, both with "pacman" logos, and an MLW FA-2 in gray and maroon script lettering lead an eastbound train out of Canadian Pacific's Agin... (more)
A pair of Century's await their next efforts in their oily glory. For other shots from my day at Agincourt years ago, see 348595more)
Another shot from my day at Agincourt years ago. The cab of sister unit CP 4725 is barely visible at the back right edge; the end of CP 5004 is seen on the left edge. A great
engine! For my ... (more)
A roster-y shot from somewhere in Toronto, back in the day, hopefully the water tower will allow identification. I would expect a yard in the NE suburbs of Toronto, but 30 years does something to... (more)
The one of a kind "Empress of Agincourt" between transfer runs to LAmbton Yard in west Toronto. Nice to see her before they chopped her nose. Scanned form a slide.
In the mids 80's, power from three roads on one train was very rare. The B&O GP40 was leased to CP, with the Conrail GP38 was on its way back to Buffalo.
A nice selection of power lounges at Agincourt. Visible are SD40-2, TH&B GP9, RSD 17, RS18, SD40, and an M636