Arriving into London from Sarnia, CN 509 is in the process of yarding the remainder of the train before heading to the shops.
With work completed at Ingersoll, the 10:00 Woodstock Job heads back down the Port Burwell Subdivision for home.
Surprise, surprise, the 10:00 Woodstock Job throttles up past the fixed advance signal to Carew with empty multi's pulled from W. Coak at Woodstock. Thanks Joe for the smoke show !
The only thing I like about these SD40-2's are the Canadian spotting features which include, cab mounted bell, class lights. Even after all these years, her action red paint still looks much intac... (more)
SD40-2 leader on a mainline freight ? I guess so, Sudbury to Buffalo train 246 is on it's downhill run from Guelph Jct and is seen here passing through Carlisle.
Making it's first station stop west of union, a home ward bound GO train eases into the Bloor GO Station with tired passengers aboard.
Although the official start of spring was 3 days ago, snow and cold still lingers. CP2254 makes some noise going through the town of Myrtle, as you can see, the station name sign has had a bit of ... (more)
Diverging onto track one for a meet with a dimensional train, a rebuilt SD30C-ECO leads a London built SD70ACe on train 147.
Built as the original mainline to Glen Tay from Toronto for the Ontario and Quebec Railway, CP 2254 East trundles along on what's left of the Havelock Subdivision with 5 empty hoppers for the nep... (more)
At the beginning of the trip, a wee short T08 is about to pass under CN's busy York Subdivision.
The railway life, all but just a blur into the sunset, one mile at a time.
Not often can you shoot OSR in perfect evening light but today was the day, working late, three Ontario Southland Railway units pull out after switching Sanimax.
Almost at a days end for these two crews, GEXR 584 is running around their train as the conductor keeps tabs on the cars they will bring back to Kitchener. GEXR 580 awaits to come out after switch... (more)
Odd DP placement or what ? CP302 rolls through Newtonville at 10 MPH.
Surprise, surprise, VIA No. 2 from Vancouver takes off to the TMC after arriving into Toronto Union Station late.