Probably the nicest paint scheme around Hamilton these days, with the exception of the odd DME/ICE visitor on the other side of town. Forbid the day when we see 3873 turn in her Blue, Gold and Whi... (more)
After sorting some cars around Canadian National/Southern Ontario Railway's Stuart Street Yard NECR 3840 trundles beneath Bay Street North with one hopper for the industrial heart of Hamilton. Fra... (more)
As another late summer day comes to a close, Amtrak 41 leads 'The Maple Leaf' through CN's Stuart Street yard in Hamilton, Ontario on the final leg of the New York City-Toronto journey.
Remnants of rails are all that remain, however, still imbedded in the pavement on Caroline Street from a spur that once served nearby industries. In the background, a pair of veteran RailLink unit... (more)
Under threatening skies, RLK 3873 and another geep sit quietly outside the Stuart Street engine shops. A Schnabel car belonging to Hydro One can be seen in the background with a string of cars.
RLK 4057 kicks cars around CN's Stuart Street Yard, before heading up the spur into Hamilton's industrial sectors.
SOR crew members tend to a switch as GP40 4057 works the Stuart Street Yard.
An assortment of RaiLinc power sits at Stuart Street Yard.
Power for the afternoon's Nanticoke-Hamilton steel train rests on the undulating RIP track. With Stelco's shutdown, the train stopped operating last week, now leaving the Cowpath at Bayview unused... (more)
Trucks, wheels and other railway objects litter the ground at the SOR shop by the Stuart Street yard, while ex CN unit RLK 4096 basks in the morning sun. In the background CN GP9's 4108 and 7039 c... (more)
Working Hamilton with an array of power, including one of the new additions to GO Transit's roster. GO MP40 603 is the fourth unit in the consist and is bound for Welland for some repairs. To the ... (more)
A splinter flock of geese come in for a landing as 5005 switches cars in the background.
Working the yard on a sunny day (for a change) with the ubiquitous case of bottled water chilling on the short hood.
I last caught 5005 at Nanticoke working the hydro plant back in May. Nice to see that 1808 survived the recent scrapping spree.
It may appear that 4107 is leading into the yard but actually 4700 is leading out and there's just a stiff and bitterly cold tailwind at work here.