After working Lambton Yard for over an hour and change, Toronto to CSXT Frontier Yard train 246 is well under way trying to accelerate up to track speed with 12,000 tons of mix freight.
"This River I Step In, Is not The River I Stand in". Perhaps the most appropriate statement to describe fluid state of electric traction in North America, it was a phrase affixed to the ... (more)
The Canadian National amassed one of the largest fleets of Budd RDCs anywhere, with 47 cars of five models, most bought new in the 1950s but some added secondhand. A set of Railiners, as CN dubbed... (more)
My father and I had high hopes for MLW-hauled passenger trains on our trip to Toronto in 1984. The FPA-4's were indeed plentiful from the renowned vantage point of the Spadina Avenue bridge. Unf... (more)
Bombardier cab car with new generation cab end at the Niagara Falls station on what believe was the first weekend of the seasonal startup of GO Transit service between Toronto and Niagara Falls. ... (more)
Toronto Transit Commission CLRV 4011 heads west on the TTC's 506 Carlton line, passing through the intersection of Gerrard and Blackburn. These Canadian Light Rail Vehicles were constructed by Bo... (more)
Toronto Transit Commission Canadian Light Rail Vehicle 4085 heads west on the TTC's 506 Carlton line, at the corner of Gerrard and Blackburn, trundling down Gerrard Avenue. These Canadian Light R... (more)
The coaling Tower , Coach yard , GO transit staging tracks and the west end of the long gone Spadina Ave Loco servicing tracks are all seen in the photo
CN #4803 sits on display outside the Toronto Railway Museum in Roundhouse Park.
The view of The Canadian Pacific Roundhouse from CN Tower. Not even the coaling tower still stands at the time of the photo
A pair of Canadian National S13’s pass between a CN FPA4 and visiting Southern FP7 6141 at Spadina Engine Terminal in Toronto.
Spadina engine terminal offered ever-changing lineups as equipment constantly moved around. From left to right are a CN RS18, a string of VIA RDC’s, a CN SW1200ES, a Southern FP7 in town for the N... (more)
In the shadow of the landmark CN Tower, two Canadian National S13’s and two CN RS18’s painted for Tempo service rest in the fog at the Spadina engine facility.
FPA4 6768 rests at the now long gone Spadina Ave yard. Not some Via units still carried the CN logo on the nose for a short time
The CN and VIA Spadina Ave Roundhouse seen from CN tower
Sadly this is now long Gone. FPA4s FP9s Rs18s and RDCs can all be seen in the photo