A single GEVO does the honours on a rare movement of windmill sections across southern Ontario. The train was only doing about 5 MPH across the bridge, probably some restriction that goes along wi... (more)
CP 115 glides over the trestle at Cherrywood in the crisp evening light with only a few miles left before it hits Toronto Yard.
X371 sits on the Oshawa service track as the crew works on lifting 4000' of multis from GM.
61 rounds the classic Lovekin curve with 6 stainless coaches in tow.
A rare work train is about to leave the Uxbridge yard this morning with an oddball set up. The train had a hi-rail truck run in front of it and dropped ties every mile or so down the line.
Hotshot 115 hustles westward towards Toronto with a fair sized train in tow. Notice that the second unit, 8561, is a freshly repainted AC4400CW.
As another day at Lovekin begins to end, Q149, a hotshot Halifax to Chicago intermodal train, breaks the calm silence along the shores of Lake Ontario.
When a train running on the Kingston sub has dimensional loads, the train ID is replaced with 350/351. This train would typically be ID'd M308, but since the train is hauling some CAT dimensional'... (more)
After waiting in the Oshawa yard for over an hour to let a cluster of trains pass, 5668 and GTW 5953 power up and pull their Toronto bound train out of Oshawa. Seen on the horizon in the backgroun... (more)
One of the many GP9/slug combo's of Mac Yard bask in the sun outside the diesel shop.
The first of two X371's on the day rumble through Newtonville Road with a three unit lashup.
A sign that freight traffic has increased on the Toronto - Montreal Corridor as a second X371 rounds the bend at Newtonville road.
5627 and 2300 lead a decent sized 369 around the S curve at Newtonville Road.
140 screams through Newtonville breaking the morning silence as it knocks down the signal protecting the east side of Lovekin.
149 trails on a 4 freight convoy on Friday afternoon and had to be riding 369's yellows for the entire trip. This train will make a quick stop at Oshawa yard about 20 miles or so down the tracks t... (more)