The noisy end of Canadian National GE C44-9W 2585 at Aldershot Yard. Inspired by Mike Danneman's Green River photograph.
CN 5740 leads CN 435 through Georgetown with 2 ex-Oakway SD60's trailing.. pretty rare to see 3 in a day.
A trio of units grind up the escarpment at Dundas Peak. They are about a quarter of the way up and will continue hauling their train up the next 5 miles to Copetown where it will finally crest the... (more)
CN 5732 and 2104 (née, C&NW 8557) work the west end of Aldershot Yard before proceeding up the Dundas Sub for points farther west.
After a quick lift at Brantford, CN A43531 02 continues west towards London.
An old beater leads a GEVO and a Geep into the setting sun at Copetown, Ontario amid some spectacular fall colours.
CN 5729 leads 435 as they fly through Scotch Block.
A pair of EMD units lead 435 as it makes a lift at Paris.
Making some noise for the people out enjoying the late autumn weather, CN 435 leans into the curves at Dundas with a trio of EMDs including an ex Oakway SD60 in second position.
CN 2516 climbs the grade up the Dundas Subdivision, with an interesting trio of power passing through the namesake town on a wonderful October afternoon. In just over 5 miles 435 will reach Copeto... (more)
After finishing their work in Aldershot, the crew of 435 throttles up and proceeds west towards a final destination of London, ON.
CN 2594 reverses into Aldershot yard to shunt cars.
CN 5784 and a fresh looking 2608 coast through Brantford on a sweltering hot August afternoon, with some MOW equipment and the station in the background.
CN 435 crawls through Aldershot Yard with a nice surprise. CN 2182 is the only C40-8W purchased from BNSF that still wears its worn out ATSF colors. including part of the title, "SANTA FE". Fellow... (more)
CN 435 creeps up the tracks on a restricting signal at Copetown while VIA 76 overtakes 330 at Copetown West just a few miles ahead.