A GE C44-9W leads a BNSF Executive Mac up the Cowpath at Hamilton Junction, bound for Sarnia. Being out for an entirely different catch that didn't end up coming, and finishing off the day with a ... (more)
A pair of SD60's pickup CN 421's drop for the return back to Buffalo, NY. From when it first came into Canada, to its return back home, overcast skies with clear ground turned into what you see he... (more)
A very late CN 421 shoves its massive train back into Pt Robinson Yard during extended yard work at noon hour. Snow has recently fallen on the Niagara Region, setting a new, but welcome scene.
Nestled on the outskirts of Milton, ON lies the Halton County Radial Railway, utilizing a mile long stretch of the old Toronto Suburban line. Among several TTC cars in running condition is this TT... (more)
Head on with a 1921 Peter Witt Streetcar, which lived it's entire life in Toronto until retirement in 1995.
The East End Café at the Museum's east loop is a popular attraction; not only for what it sells, but because it's inside a ex-TTC streetcar. This PCC car was built in 1951, and served till 1995 in... (more)
The beautifully restored interior of TTC 2424. This 1921 CC&F Peter Witt streetcar runs daily at the Halton County Museum, along with it's smaller sister and several other car types including a fe... (more)
Always nice to see F-units in active service in 2013.
Sitting shut down on the pocket track near the Woodstock CP Station after a day's work. To be picked up by the OSR's St. Thomas job before their quick trip to Coakly.
It's only August 14th, but the temperature and wind makes it feel like November 14th, as this classic GP38 plays with dozens of brand new BNSF racks, delivered from Hamilton Steel Car the night be... (more)
A dreary day sets the mood as Brantford local 580 shoves 4 cars into Mabe Canada's Brantford location.
The Last Conrail! Waiting for this unit to leave Montreal was painful. Spending a few days at Tasch Yard, it finally departed, and spent a few more in Toronto's MacMillan Yard. W... (more)
An ex-SOO line SD40-2 is in charge of today's yard operations.
A heavy snow storm obscures visibility as daily yard operations continue.
A trio of SD40-2's shoving back to their train. Behind them was another trio of SD40-2's. Gotta love the power in the north.