Nestled 12 km south of Port Perry and 14 km north of Oshawa is the town of Raglan, the westbound job out of Havelock is beginning the climb up the grade along the former Ontario & Quebec mainline ... (more)
16 miles into the trip to Sarnia, we meet CN 5692 West at Brampton. Taken on CN property by a CN employee with full PPE gear on.
A single SD40-2 serves as the yard switcher at Vaughan to build, separate trains. CP 5835 sits on the north leg wye track with a block of intermodal that will be a part of CP 101's train build in ... (more)
After meeting up with CP T07 at Manvers, the decision was made to chase it westwards as far as the western light can give before dark. 20 loads of nepheline syenite in tow, the slow paced freight ... (more)
Rockin' and rollin' OSRX 8235 and 1210 (not pictured) tag along for a ride as we head north past the south siding switch at Moffat.
Not letting a day go to waste. With plans to go out with someone for the morning changed, I decided not to let this day slip away from my grasp. Camera grip in hand I ventured out on my day... (more)
Rail, the back bone of the transportation industry. A trio of GP20C-ECO's lug an unusually long 44 car freight train on CP's internal shortline, Kawartha Lakes Railway.
After meeting CN 399 at Ash, CN 547 is back on the move, today's train consists of cars for Triple Metal and ABM on the glass lead, Recochem on the north track between Milbase and Mansewood and Ta... (more)
One of the hardest to get jobs on the WNYP is OL-3, Hornell Turn. Yesterday we lucked out when we learned it will be ordered at noon out of Olean. So here is OL-3 on the return trip from Hornell a... (more)
Just like how God intended, the engineer on the OL-2, WNYP's Driftwood Turn smokes it up passing through Eldred for home.
After switching out a customer, OL-2 is seen heading west on the mainline back to Olean.
Yup, she finally arrived into Mac Yard off of CN 549, GO 666 sits all by herself on track D29 at the diesel shop awaiting a lift on 435 to Aldershot. Taken on CN property by a CN employee.
With the engineers hand on the throttle in eighth notch, a lone SD75I has 75 empty multi's on the drawbar doing 32 MPH.
It's a busy afternoon at Oakville, the yardmaster on the phone with one of the yard crews at Aldershot discuss how good or bad shape the yard will end up later tonight. As you can see my power sit... (more)
Doing no less than 30 MPH coming out the new flyunder, GO trains no longer have to wait for those lumbering freight trains to go crawling by.