Classic Bartlett Shot CP 8127 splits the intermediate signals as it leads a rather clean CP 8637 west towards Osler and the jct with the MacTier Sub, where the train will hang a right and h... (more)
Still nice and shiny and very minimal road grime, I chased an AC4400CWM south, because why not. CP 8100 leads 9,118 ft of traffic to Vaughan.
On it's last leg of the journey, VIA 84 ducks under the signal bridge. The signal on the left governs movements on the former south track of the Galt Sub, while the signal on the right which is tu... (more)
A late running CP 119 rolls across Cherrywood with a rebuilt AC4400CWM leading 10,000 ft of train.
The engineer on the plow extra has a quick look before heading out to plow the Port Burwell and St. Thomas Subs for the day.
Making quick work out of this snow drift on the first pass, Brad Joliffe and the boys on the Plow Extra 6508 will stop, back up and go at it one more time on the second pass.
One of a few active F59PH left on the GO Transit roster leads a 6 pack down the Newmarket Sub.
CCGX 4015 heads north past the station to run around the cars and shove into the station track before calling it a day.
The very last run of the Credit Valley Explorer is on the final approach to Orangeville, the passenger equipment has been sold off and Cando pulling out as of June 30th of this year with a tender ... (more)
A geep and a pup get to work as the OSR crew begins to switch AOC on the south industrial lead. Customers around Guelph like AOC take advantage of OSR's excellent rail service along with connectio... (more)
A pair of GP38-2's head out of the Westbound Canpa and onto track three of the Galt Sub at Kipling after switching Versapet.
A shortline and class one meet at Streetsville to interchange cars, CCGX4015 ducks in the clear after cutting off their train on the lead allowing T14's trainman to line the switch back and the CP... (more)
Pulling away from Tomorrowland Station, Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, Roy O Disney ascends the 2% grade for Main Street USA.
A tour of the Walt Disney facility finds this Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, named after Roy O Disney sits outside the shops ready for service hauling passengers.
One of many monorails transporting people to and from various places within the park.