Having departed Clarkson eastbound to Toronto, GO 704 is notched out to '"8" and screams past with a shove of 10 Hawker-Siddley single level coaches lead by an FP7 APCU.
As traffic on the 403 below keeps up the light pace, the second last morning GO train rolls across bound for Toronto.
Last rush hour movement of the morning, GO 564 rolls across the Credit River after making it's station stop at Streetsville. With this covid-19 situation and reduced rush hour service, the F59's h... (more)
Two GO Transit GP40TC's and a CN C424 lift a freight up the hill from Ballantyne as they pull out of Montreal Yard on their way to Toronto. In the early years of GO Transit's commuter operations ... (more)
Bombardier cab car with new generation cab end at the Niagara Falls station on what believe was the first weekend of the seasonal startup of GO Transit service between Toronto and Niagara Falls. ... (more)
GO Transit train 7905 (Lincolnville to Toronto) departs the Unionville station in Markham, Ontario, with MP40PH-3C 618 shoving on the rear. This location is called Hagerman on Canadian National's... (more)
Done for the day (and, most likely, the week), empty GO Transit train 5325 backs down Canadian National's Bala Sub and into GO's Richmond Hill Layover for storage. GO Series IX CEM Cab Car 353, n... (more)
GO Transit train 9209 has just departed the station in Pickering as it heads west from Oshawa ON to Toronto (Union Station). Traveling down GO Transit's GO Subdivision the train is about to duck ... (more)
GO Transit train 9204, heading east from Toronto's Union Station to Oshawa, passes through Bayly as it slows for the stop in Pickering. GOT MP40PH-3C 665 is on the headend of twelve matching comm... (more)
A CEM style cab car built by Bombardier trails on this eastbound GO train in evening light.
An outbound GO Transit commuter train passes a VIA switch job at Cabin D outside Toronto Union Station. Cab car 904 began life as an Ontario Northland FP7.
GO 257 hammers through the plant at Snake enroute to Hamilton
A GO commuter train arrives at Toronto Union Station. These locos were sold to Amtrak in 1990.
A former Ontario Northland FP7 rebuilt as a "non-powered control unit" trails a westbound out of Toronto Union Station. John Street Tower still retained it's original roof at this time. The roof... (more)