The Sprint Train races out of the shadows on its way to Oshawa. The brooms will likely not be required again this year.
147 with 27 loads of Honda's leans into the curve at mile 53 of the Galt Sub
9824 charges into a hazy sunset passing by what's left of an ice covered pond. Notice the enhanced "air conditioning".
Despite its appearances, the conductor is not saluting the foamer as 50 year old 8229 is just short of Galt with one lift left before London.
The heat disturbs an early sunset as CEFX 1026 charges out of Galt
The "Hornby Dip" is clearly displayed as 8825 charges up the east side. In the distance, a "Limted to Clear" signal beckons the 9536 west
Westbound in the rain.
Climbing into Guelph Junction over assorted humps
The Sprint Train panned
The Ham Turn leans into a curve near Killean
The Grand River is starting to break up, and the birds are thrilled. 242 slows for a set off that includes one car with a spectacular full side of tagging
The forever assigned 5726 died on the London Pickup. Fortunately, 257's 3 SD40-'s were in town to take the Toyota loads to London for US distribution.
The Golden Bell is still in place as 9019 climbs the .8% into Galt. The two patches over the number boards replace the class lights. The plow has taken quite a beating over time too.
3097 with bent plow and all is part of a three unit Galt Yard job. Two is normal
It's a very foggy morning as 142 sprints for Oshawa with something out of the ordinary leading.