Accelerating out of Guelph and through many restricted areas, GEXR 582 is almost up to 25 mph with two D9R loads from Babcox & Wilcox.
It's coming folks, one coach at a time. What used to be a sea of green and white striped bilevel, now a bunch of bilevels, some old, some new now sport the new Metrolinx paint scheme.
Hot rail on the high iron The engineer on the CP 1401 West opens up the throttle once again hearing the old girls come alive again as they clear the bridge at Port Hope and head back up to ... (more)
Northbound approaching Flamboro
The race is on, CP 1401 highballs south through Baxter with an extraordinary A-A-B-A lashup.
The final farewell to us Southern Ontario folks, the journey west begun the day before in Ottawa and the train is seen heading north through Palgrave with all available horses in the highest throt... (more)
Highballing westward, CP 41B is trying to make up time as it crosses the high trestle bridge over the Trent River.
CP 41B, the deadhead move from Ottawa to Calgary is passing through Cherrywood in final evening light.
Overnight stay It's time to head back on the road, this time to Montreal. CP 40B departs Toronto Yard, a once busy hump yard, reduced to now flat switching traffic.
Blasting on by towards Montreal, CP 40B meets 113 at Oshawa.
Heading east on the Galt Sub, CP 40B approaches Milton West heading for Toronto.
After a crew change at Lambton Yard, 40B is again underway for Hamilton.
It's somewhat of an easy night tonight with the water works downtown not asking for a switch, so we are relegated to Mimico with two remaining customers to switch and opted to pull the third from ... (more)
A late Canadian departs for the TMC.
Last Call! We sit by Scott St on the east side of Union Station waiting on a foreman to clear before proceeding east to the Toronto Harbour Spur with 8 cars on the hook.