CP 1401-1900-3084 lead the Royal Canadian Pacific Southbound on the Hamilton sub before later heading North to Guelph. The excursion cost an estimated $3000 a ticket, which is why I took pictures ... (more)
MEC 378, a high-nose GP40, and 309 a chop-nose GP40, head North along the NECR tracks through Brattleboro with clearance to Bellows Falls.
CN 5337 tows a lone ballast car and a caboose through the wye at Belleville. Caboose CN 77017 adds comedy to the shot with the cartoon-like dust and an End of Train device.
CN 5337 tows a lone ballast car and a caboose through the wye at Belleville.
London pickup and Galt yard job pass eachother on the West and East legs of the wye respectively at Galt station, connecting the CP Waterloo and Galt subs. In the foreground on the left is the CN ... (more)
580 rolled the rail at London Road derailing KRL 300302 and a number of hoppers. This is a close-up of the derailed B-end of the car.
Via 85, "The International" heads through Guelph toward Chicago almost exactly a year before the train was cancelled April 23, 2004.
Northlander 2105 heads East toward Montreal on a pleasant June afternoon, serving out horsepower hour repayments to CN.
GEXR 431 comes back from Toronto with CSXT 4838 and 4836 on their trials.
UP 6403, an ex-SP AC4400CW takes a tour of Southern Ontario aboard a CP Intermodal.
Ontario Southland Railway's daily road switcher to Guelph wraps up its work at plastics transloading facility PDI and heads South.
CN's Halifax-Chicago WB I/M #149 crosses 15 Side Road at 6th Line near Georgetown in the day's last light. 6th line meets 15 side between the gates and has no gates or lights of its own.
CN 581 is a road switching train that operates in the evenings out of Ingersoll to the Cami auto plant and back. To get there, it takes a short hop over the St. Mary's sub from the Dundas to the C... (more)
CSX' new SD70ACes ran 100-hour running tests on the GEXR in part of July. On July 4th, they ran light to Toronto and came back with a good number of cars later in the afternoon.
For the last day of my honeymoon, my wife and I took a 2 hour scenic flight over the Guelph-Toronto area. Here, just outside of Guelph, we found OSR's local train leaving town Southbound.