A late 121 proceeds west through Whitby after holding at Clarke West for congestion to clear up.
I'm sure there's a story behind the coating of ice and snow on the power, but is doesn't seem to include 121's train as it is conspicuously snow-free. Regardless, and interesting sight as they lea... (more)
VIA 6429 with VIA 6437 mid-consist travels East on the Kingston sub with the combined VIA 62/52 J-train to Montreal. The trains will split at Brockville with train 52 taking the longer route throu... (more)
GO Transit MP40PH-3C 642 approaches Whitby Station with Toronto Union Station to Oshawa train #908.
GO Transit MP40PH-3C 654 pushes west with Oshawa to Toronto Union Station train #713.
W900 crawls through Whitby with a TOP between Whitby and Oshawa East, where they'll drop rail.
The Oshawa-Mac transfer begins to pull out of Oshawa in some sweet evening light. One of the many GO trains of the day passes by on the GO Subdivision.
SWOOSH : A trio of BNSF units lead an eastbound crude oil train on the Kingston Sub.
Wearing its veteran stripes proudly, well-weathered widecab 5263 leads this short 309 towards Toronto.
A short 309 rounds the bend at Whitby with a classic leader.
GO 563 leads an L10L consist towards Whitby.
A big 305 passes an X371 drilling the Shwa.
The sight of a unit tank train on CN's Kingston Sub is somewhat rare, unlike CP's Belleville Sub, where they've been common for a few years now. This seems to be changing now, as this 710 train is... (more)
An oddball lashup consisting of 2117-4807 round the bend at Whitby in some less than desirable weather.
376 coasts around the curve at Gerdau. Noteworthy is NCLX 46544, the Sclair hopper 4 cars back from the locomotives. There are only 3 of its kind left.