CN 5725 with three brand new GEVO's in line.
Thundering down grade from Georgetown.
CPR #529, Toronto - Detroit Roadrailer heads west on the Galt Subdivision.
CP 4710 leads on westbound on CP's Galt Sub. The train is just about at the bottom of the Hornby Dip about to cross Sixth Line.
You get an idea of Ontario's winter during the weekend layover in Milton. Snow all over the pilot, rails covered, and more snow is coming.
CP 4225 leads four six-axle MLWs out of the Hornby dip east of Milton. Train #507 ran from Toronto to a connection with CSX in Detroit.
CP Toronto - Detroit #529 passes the old and new mile 30 milepost (Galt Subdivision). This was a typical Roadrailer in 1991 when CP started running this train, a GP38-2 leading (usually 3046) and ... (more)
The afternoon rush hour on GO's Milton Line was westbound, #166 was an eastbound schedule designed to get a train back to Toronto Union so it could make a second westbound trip later in the evenin... (more)
GO 166 heading back to Toronto Union with a reverse direction schedule run from Milton on CPR's Galt Subdivision.
Windsor - Toronto train #904 lead by a M-636 - C-424 - C-424 trio.
Detroit - Toronto train #510 with a bunch of blue CAST containers on the head end charges out of the Hornby Dip.
For a short time in 1991 CP ran a Toronto - Detroit piggyback train for a trucking company, it usually ran with a single unit and a few cars.
CPR 3046 was the preferred unit on CP's Toronto - Detroit Roadrailer trains when they began running in 1991.
When CP began running Toronto - Detroit Roadrailer trains in 1991 the preferred power was a single GP38-2, but a few times a C-424 got the call.
Toronto - Sarnia train #411 approaches Mansewood on the Halton Subdivision