Canadian Pacific Railway GE AC4400CW 9612 leads 198 east in the morning sun
Finally, sun in Southern Ontario
6 units eastbound in the late afternoon
When is a roster shot not a roster shot? 9546 showing the wear and tear of 11 years of service.
The beauty of the telephoto is the compression creating the great heat waves above the power. 9508 shows signs of the 20 inches of snow that fell the day before in London.
The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train waits briefly at Killean before treating about a thousand visitors to the greatest show on rails.
Wonderful reflections in the Grand River on a crisp still night as the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train poses briefly on the bridge.
The reason that we get to see the brilliant creative results everyday comes down to this; two ribbons of steel
Sunrise at Galt Yard
"Leaping" onto the Grand River Bridge
The ducks are completely uninterested as 198 descends Orrs Lake hill. Based on the compression of the drawbars, it appears dynamics are all that's holding back the train
Power for the Galt yard job relaxes in sun outside the Galt Station. They didn't last long on the job as they turned a rail retuning from the Toyota plant. It's back to GP38's
A rather grubby pair of GP38-2's shove their train west before heading for the Toyota plant
Another day begins for the Galt Yard job. Most of the work will be for the benefit of aToyota Plant located at the top of the Waterloo Sub
An eastbound pounds across the Grand River bridge