TTC 4233, an Articulated Light Rail Vehicle, rockets along Queen Street W.
TTC 4017 is about to duck under GO's Weston Subdivision on King Street W.
A GO train enters the interlocking at John Street.
A westbound UPX train goes through the fly under in the USRC while a 3-car consist lays over in the North Bathurst yard.
An A-C-A UPX consist glides through Bathurst Interlocking on its way to Toronto Union Station. The 3 car consists are scarce due to the low ridership on the line.
A special weekend GO train enters Bathurst after running from Georgetown to Guelph then to Oshawa and returning to Georgetown to test the CATS system for railway application.
Sweet shot. The night job from Oakville spots up two loaded sugar cars in track M648 at Lantic.
After switching Kemira Waterworks and Canroof, CN 543 gets ready to head down to Keating for a break before returning to Oakville. Probably one of the most interesting locations to railfan in Toro... (more)
With the Toronto skyline, including the world-famous Canadian National Tower in the background, a westbound GO Transit commuter train heading towards Hamilton exits on this sunny Monday evening, a... (more)
People make assumptions around railway spurs and branchlines. Often that assumption is that they are not used because they are overgrown with weeds. The Portlands Spur is no exception when it come... (more)
We sit for a quick one on the south connecting track at Fort York after a night of pulling and spotting customers at Mimico and Downtown Toronto. Taken on CN property by a CN employee.
A Roger Puta Photograph
CN 4803 sits on display outside of the Steam Whistle Brewery which is located to the left in the old roundhouse.
One of Toronto's new Low Floor Light Rail Vehicles from Bombardier Transportation meets a Canadian Light Rail Vehicle in the intersection of King and John Streets from 28 stories up.