CN 148 rolls through Paris as my father (John Eull) photographs the BNSF unit. 148 would later sit in Brantford for 2 hours and donate the BNSF 794 to lead 399 westward.
On February 8th, 2007 GO Transit announced that they will be looking for a new operator to run the trains and CN will not be bidding for it after operating the trains for the past 40 years. GO 53... (more)
To think, all the occupants of the cars that can be seen on the Gardiner Expressway, could be on the GO train with room for hundreds of other drivers.
CN 390 rolls off the Dundas sub behind BNSF 3124 and BNSF 5070.
CN 399 gets rolling westward on the Dundas sub, after a long series of delays which included: Stalling on the Dundas Hill, obtaining a new lead unit from CN 148, wyeing the power at Bayview and a ... (more)
The stormy sky has broken over Goderich, as 4001 trots into the yard after making the hill with 6 salt loads, stormy skies can still be seen over Lake Huron.
Covered Wagon's dash through the snow on the Goderich sub.
581 snakes through the last curve before countless miles of straight track on the Goderich sub, seen here on the outskirts of Stratford.
The snow storm starts as GEXR 581 pull past the power lineup at Stratford before departing for Goderich. F-Units in 2007 in mainline service, what a treat!
Heavy industry, Goderich style! All three main forms of transportation that serve Goderich Ontario can be seen here. The massive Great Lakes Boats belonging to Algoma Central, docked in the harb... (more)
GEXR 581 crests the 3% hill from the Salt Mine with 6 salt loads, the max that this trio could haul up the grade.
After leading 581 from Stratford and setting off grain empties at the Goderich grain elevator, the 1401 climbs back onto the 3% grade before easing into the Sifto Salt Mine.
CN 394 grinds through the plant at Mansewood seen from one of the many farm fields that surround the Halton sub.
The Sprint train sprints across the Galt sub at trackspeed.
VIA 6408 still in Spiderman 2, leads train 70 off the hill after overtaking 394 who was in emergency at mile 7.