Buffalo - Toronto #254 was a short-lived double stack train that only ran until CN improved clearances on its mainline allowing it to run west coast double stacks on its own line.
#255 was a Toronto - Buffalo symbol for west coast bound double-stack traffic that was turned over to Norfolk Southern in Buffalo. Eventually CN improved clearances on their main line and was able... (more)
CN's Toronto - Chicago "Laser"
MacMillan Yard - Fort Erie train #333 is on the single track approaching Mansewood with pulpwood and woodchips for the Ontario Paper mill at Thorold on the head end.
Under threatening skies a CP unit sulphuric acid train heads west on the Galt Subdivision.
Six MLWs and the one with the worst paint is leading Toronto - Detroit train #507 out of the Hornby dip.
Toronto - Fort Erie train #333 has pulpwood for the mill at Thorold on the head end.
These 2 GEs have it easy this evening pulling just 18 cars. The impending trip up the Niagara Escarpment should be a breeze!
Heading west out of the Hornby Dip in the late afternoon, about to tackle the Niagara Escarpment.
Evening commuter train passes a CP freight heading west out of the Hornby Dip on it's way home to Milton.
GO 564 holds down the east end of the 2816 excursion train at Milton Ontario.
Rolling through farm country. Notice all the stickers on the nose from this units time leading the Christmas Train.