St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. RLK 1400 is seen here leading the ETR #9 excursion back down toward Hespeler.
The Telus engine returned an empty train to Toronto at the end of a very unusual parade of Eastbounds on the normally quiet Guelph sub.
CN Strathroy and CP Windsor subs, two very busy lines, meet in Komoka at Melrose diamond. They've also recently added a track to run trains between the subdivisions, sometimes resulting in massive... (more)
A chop-nose GP9 switches the yard at Aldershot station.
CN's high priority triple-crown trailer train heads through Lynden on Canada day.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. ETR #9 is seen here at the Guelph Via station on the siding.
Angled for the turn in a way normally associated with motorcycles, CN 2407 wastes no time through the block signals on its way West with its mixed bag.
A CEFX AC4400CW leads a CP intermodal East near the Melrose diamond. CEFX GE units rarely lead in this area, and have only been allowed to for a few months.
CP 1646 and 1538 GP9u switchers lead a fresh load of loaded autoracks out of the Toyota plant.
By luck, ten minutes after getting trackside, we caught one of CP's 4 SD90MAC-H 6000 HP units leading a train East through Puslinch township.
Still in active service, this high-nose GP7 is the only one I've ever seen. This picture is taken from the excursion train attached to CP 4-6-4 #2816, thus the person with the camera standing on t... (more)
Peekaboo! A GO transit passenger engine heads East toward Montreal hiding in a CN lashup.
LLPX 2236 - GEXR 3843 - VSRR 4046 - GEXR 4019 - LLPX 2210 - GEXR 3835 were pulling over a hundred cars in the midst of CN detours over the line.
Proof at last! CP buys its track at hobby shops. They didn't really scratch build their national layout.
The Expressway, also known as the Iron Highway, heads West through CP Guelph Junction with an SD90/43MAC and an AC4400CW back to back.