Rolling in from the east, around the south side of the Toronto Union Station train sheds, a nice mix of Canadian National power rumbles by.
The Canadian National amassed one of the largest fleets of Budd RDCs anywhere, with 47 cars of five models, most bought new in the 1950s but some added secondhand. A set of Railiners, as CN dubbed... (more)
Looking the worse for wear and nearing the end of its career, a VIA Turbotrain prepares to depart Toronto Union Station for Montreal as train 66. Stopping only at suburban Guildwood and Dorval, it... (more)
Among North America's first HEP-equipped passenger diesels were the six MLW RS18s modified by Canadian National in 1967 for its upgraded "Tempo" service connecting Toronto with Windsor and Sarnia,... (more)
In its early years, GO Transit utilized a fleet of nine Hawker Siddeley DMUs to provide off-peak service on the Lakeshore route between Oakville and Pickering, ON, via Toronto. This two-car set pa... (more)
Inbound commuter train cab car leading.
Leaving for the airport. A Union Pearson Express shuttle train is leaving Union Station in downtown Toronto, bound for Toronto Pearson International Airport. Trains arrive and depart from h... (more)
Our Latest VIA Trip! The Mural Lounge & Bar in the Prestige Park Car "Laurentide Park" on the tail end of the Canadian at Toronto, Ontario. This photo is from the latest trip my wife & I to... (more)
Outbound GO commuter train.
It's 12:30 AM, with the magnificent Great Hall closing in ten minutes and the final east and westbound GO Transit trains running before later on in the day, I got the picture I wanted, with absolu... (more)