CP 124 approaches the restricting signal at Bartlett while 115 streaks by on the north.
A cantilever crossing signal stands tall in the air on a cold and cloudy January night.
Eastbound CP 124 zips by in notch 8 past the railway crossing at grade at Mile 4.62 enroute to Montreal.
As light fades on this cold blisterful day this GRS Searchlight Signal looks on down the south track awaiting the next train to cross under.
Waiting at the light at Bartlett, CP T56 will then pull forward then reverse back and set off 40 loaded ballast hoppers into P66 before returning back onto the main.
Heading westbound towards Lambton Yard a new GEVO shines in the sun while she leads an older GE on 254.
First Section 122 heads eastbounds under miserable skies, 10 minutes later RTC will make 122 wait for traffic ahead to clear.
A casual and gloomy November sunday nets me CP435 with 5 SD40-2's and 118 cars for Thunder Bay. Power note : CP5857, CP5770, CP5790, CP5761, CP5990.
Slow and heavy CP434 heads eastbound on the north track with a block of 430/431 haulage cars for the Chalk.
Heading westwards after waiting for CP 116 to clear off the MacTier, CP 435 rolls by with 3 good old SD40-2's in charge.
The uses of these locks are plenty, here one is used to guard the crossing push button box from any unwanted visitors.
After following CP 105 all the way down to Howland, CP 254 will continue into Lambton Yard to lift cars for the trip to Hamilton and beyond.
Another beautiful sunny day as CP122 rolls eastwards on the south track, moments after they will cross over to the north track at Howland because of MoW work up ahead.
Sometimes we never focus on what makes a railway, every bit of equipment counts as seen here a rail clip stands out from the rusted pile of rail clips awaiting installation.
With the tie program almost wrapping up, CP 122 roars past another set of bundled ties that have been dropped off next to the bumping post for further replacement.