The "magic" of flange, wheel, and rail come together with dawn at Hornby
Sunrise at Hornby
Westbound out of the rising sun with a long string of baretables
Climbing out of the Hornby dip at sunrise
CN X392 rolls thru Mansewood behind CSX 768 and CSX 7301.
CN 2444 plays MLW as it struggles to pull M396 up the 1% grade to Georgetown right before sunset.
CN 396 rolls through the plant at Mansewood.
CN 271 rolls through Mile 30 behind the 2653 and 8020
CN 8018 and 5608 take a short 39 car 394 up the hill at Mansewood after meeting a 154 car 393. 394 gets under way during the sweetest light of the day, the moment before the sun dips behind the ... (more)
In a scene no longer possible, GO 553 descends the Campbellville Hill into the rising sun with nice reflections on the windshield. Both crew are reaching for the sun visors; it's just after dawn
Signal 276 guards the south track of the Galt Sub at Hornby as the mrning Expressway has just arrived from Montreal. Too bad it's all red!
The Niagra escarpment provides a dramatic background as GO 561 leads a string of bilevels on their weekday morning deadhead move from the Guelph Jct storage yard to the station at Milton and a pla... (more)
393 used to be a hot train. today, 45 minutes to travel 15 miles. At least it had a very clean BNSF C44-9 794 in behind( my first Warbonnet)
CN 394 grinds through the plant at Mansewood seen from one of the many farm fields that surround the Halton sub.
A new day begins