Union Pearson Express Nippon Sharyo DMU departing from Union Station bound for Toronto Lester B Pearson International Airport during the daylight testing phase. (First photo of a 3 car UP Express ... (more)
One of TTC's new Flexity Outlooks (4405) as she operates on the Harbourfront 509 route to Exhibition. (First Picture of a Toronto Flexity Outlook in the Railpictures database).
The last southbound GO train rolls on through bound for Union Station with a F59PH leader.
VIA Rail, Toronto-Windsor train 71 in the lead CN FP9 6515 and F9B 6612 still in CN colors.
After meeting a light power move and being tucked away in a siding behind CP 100, SOO 6035 finally appears as it passes us under Rogers Rd. This scene here sure changed in the last few years, the ... (more)
Surprise, surprise....SOO 6035 leads CP 5765 west through Rosedale with a CWR train, the train will make its way to Guelph Junction where they will tie the train down in WML1 for the night. This i... (more)
The last car on CP 100 was a single flat car carrying new axles.
Jeez, who's road is this anyways?
CN 2652, CSX 8033 take first #147 through Rosedale. #147 is a vehicle train bound for the Indiana Harbour Belt in Hammond, Indiana.
Marching up grade, these two units have their train well in hand with army vehicles destined for Wainwright, Alberta.
SOO 4417 & CP 3071 sit at the east end of Toronto with some double stacks.
CP 550 with UP trailing passes CP 142 with an ex-UP SD90Mac which is making a lift at Lambton Yard.
TTC ALRV heading west towards Humber on Queen St.
Under two sets of signals. GOT 633 pushes a GO Transit train westbound as it exits the Union Station Rail Corridor a bit west of Toronto's Union Station.
GO Transit action. GOT 559 (one of the few remaning F59PH's still in servce) pushes a GO train eastbound past the Bathurst avenue overpass as a westbound exits the flyover. Another F59PH is... (more)
A repainted coach halfway back. GOT 635 pushes a 10-car train westbound past the Bathurst avenue overpass during a brief sunny period during the tail end of the morning rush hour. Five cars... (more)