A Roger Puta Photograph
Southern Serves the South – Including Toronto!
With part of the Toronto skyline and the base of the CN Tower visible through the fog, Southern FP7 6141waits to take its train back ... (more)
CN high nose GP9 in classic CN yellow and green sits in Toronto's roundhouse park sitting near the iconic CN tower and Rogers Center.
An Unlikely Trio
The 1980 National Railway Historical Society convention was actually an international event, taking place in Toronto. A Southern Railway tradition was to run a sp... (more)
An interesting collection of equipment occupies the VIA passenger yard at Toronto in September 1981. In addition to the Turbo Train in banana yellow, we have an Ontario Northland Northlander train... (more)
GO Rail Arrives in Toronto
A 10-car GO Rail commuter set eases through Bathurst Interlocking on a beautiful Spring morning as they prepare for a station stop in Toronto.
Union Pearson Shuttle
Amongst the various GO Rail and VIA Rail trains coming into Toronto are the common Union Pearson Shuttles running in either A/B or A/B/A consists. The UP... (more)
CN 9414 leads a freight thru Bayview Junction in May of 1988.
The Empress of Agincourt takes a rest at Toronto, ON in September 1981. This one of a kind MLW product was a demo unit built in 1957 and tested on PGE and CN before becoming a CP unit. It's nose w... (more)
A solo ES44AC heads through Mimico with 75 empty multi's on the drawbar, the train will continue to Oakville and set off the whole train before continuing west to Aldershot to lift Toronto bound t... (more)
After finishing up its work in Lambton T15 gets ready to depart and head to Toronto Yard
FP7 #907 brings a commuter train thru Bayview Junction in May of 1988.
At the height of rush hour, downtown Toronto can be a busy place. Just east of Bathust Interlocking, an inbound GO movement shoots under towards Union Station.
An outbound GO Transit train to Guelph weaves it's way through Bathurst Interlocking on a Friday afternoon.
Eastbound autotrain passes the Osler St crossing after having used the north to east junction track on the West Toronto interlocking.