The train disappears in its own exhaust. Nice to have three units as well.
Charging out of a thunderstorm on a bit of roller coaster track
A sunrise encounter.
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 "Golden Rodent" will not be added to any future CP locomotives.
85 loaded auto racks trail 6036 and SD40-2 5743
Showing signs of the snow encountered on the St Thomas Sub, 8226 works east on the Galt Sub.
After falling through a 4 foot snow drift(Saving the camera barely) camera settings all wrong, the accidental blur shot is created.
A nice lashup with SD40-2F 9011 and SOO SD60 6041 lift new Toyota's at Galt. You can see the frozen conductor making the joint under the station overhang.
The nemesis of all winter operations. The crew needed about 15 minutes to clean the drifted snow pack from the switch.
The irony is that about the only thing moving at normal speed is the railraod after a spring storm with a 1/2 inch of ice brought Southern Ontario to a halt last night
Take note of all the ice. 6 inches of snow and half an inch of freezing rain doesn't deter 147 with 38 loads of Honda's headed for Detroit.
A memory of summer heat during today's blizzard
An overflying hawk checks out the 4 SD40-2's leading The London Pickup. In a rare move, today was an empty rail train with TWO!! cabooses and 4 units (normal is 2)