VIA 55 overtakes an X371 working Oshawa.
A typical consist on 57 rounds the bend at Lovekin with a Station stop at Oshawa coming up.
The classic "J" train rounds the bites the S curve in Newtonville. Seen to the right in the background is the freight of CN M30831 04, which would pass moments after the VIA.
Two SD40-2's and an SD40-2F haul Sunday's expressway east towards Montreal EWT.
Three of the finest lead the charge on a rather empty 131. Lake Ontario's reflection can be seen on the expressway cars and sides of the units.
An Oshawa-bound GO Train rounds the bend in front of the future location of the Whitby Maintenance facility. What once used to be a quiet farmers field is now filled with trucks and construction e... (more)
5985 is in charge of T18 as it begins to bite the curve at Ajax. The three 1600 series GP9's trailing were a nice surprise. That power is used in Oshawa Yard and is going to Toronto for servicing ... (more)
After a cloudy Thanksgiving weekend, Monday was the opportunity to get some sunny shots of the fall colours while I was home from school. A couple of CP veterans do the honours on a rather short T... (more)
Fall begins to show its colours as CP 9624, DME 6054, ICE 6441 and SOO 6022 haul some empty cans bound for the midwest. I chased this train from about 35 miles away and after some traffic on the 4... (more)
After tracking this train for a week, I was rather frustrated when I found out that they threw the GE on the head end in Montreal. Nonetheless, a unit tank train still makes for a nice photo in an... (more)
204 charges east around the bend at Lovekin with merchandise for Montreal's St. Luc yard.
For the second day in a row, a 2100 series locomotive leads 149. A rather dirty 2138 is captured in this image snaking its way through the huge S curve at Newtonville Rd.
One of CN's hottest trains, Q149, rolls through Liverpool at track speed. I was glad to have finally caught one of these bad boys leading, and to throw icing on the cake, it was one of the few in ... (more)
GO 214 sweeps the curve at Whitby as CN L351 sits on the Oshawa service track, waiting for further instruction from Toronto RTC.
Some of the SOR's power sits outside the shops in Stuart Street Yard.