An A-C-A UPX consist glides through Bathurst Interlocking on its way to Toronto Union Station. The 3 car consists are scarce due to the low ridership on the line.
GOT 308, a new BiLevel Cab Car X from Bombardier, leads an L10 consist in the new two-tone GO paint scheme under Hopkins Street.
VIA train 45 from Ottawa rockets along the Kingston Subdivision on its final leg to Toronto Union Station.
CN M376 grinds up from Whitby with a string of AXLX two bay hoppers from the salt mine in Goderich up front.
The daily Moncton, NB to Toronto, ON manifest train crawls through the curve on the approach to CN Whitby. It will hold at CN Liverpool for M372 to come off the York Subdivision.
A special weekend GO train enters Bathurst after running from Georgetown to Guelph then to Oshawa and returning to Georgetown to test the CATS system for railway application.
The second J-train of the morning rips around the curve at mile 303.74 Kingston Subdivision. The sections will detach at Brockville, ON and the lead section will continue to Montreal while the sec... (more)
OSRX 182 and 1620 bring a cut of covered hoppers and a tank westwards to switch the plant at Putnam, ON.
CN 2909 leads train 385 through the block signals on the approach to CN Lihou. GTW 4619 is third up coming back from MacMillan Yard in Toronto, ON.
CN 331 struggles up the cowpath from CN Hamilton Junction where the ever changing landscape is covered in snow. The berm to the left has been cut back in the previous months as part of the constru... (more)
CN 309 with 2946 and 8884 upfront crawl through the curve at mile 303.74 Kingston Subdivision on the approach to CN Whitby. CN 2805 is 88 cars back acting as mid-train remote.
CN 8900 leads Q186 through Whitby, ON with 2117 shoving on the rear of 212 platforms.
GO 664 brings up the rear of an all-new scheme GO consist in front of the under construction GO East Rail Maintenance Facility.
GO 559 and 563 sandwich 10 coaches as they approach Hopkins Street.
OSRX 182 and 1620 come back from Beachville with cars for Putnam.