The birthplace of modern freight cars, National Steel Car. At this location in Hamilton, Ontario, boxcars, covered and open hoppers, auto racks, gondolas and now tank cars are fabricated, the firs... (more)
In golden evening light, National Steel Car's GE 50-ton critter # 10 shoves a cut of new CSXT racks into the company yard.
50 Ton switching brand new auto racks at the National Steel Car plant in the industrial area of Hamilton.
NSCX 11 shoves a cut of brand new TTX well cars into the shipping yard while some workers wait to exit the property after a hard days work.
NSCX 11 moves a string of well cars out of the manufacturing area while an impatient supervisor for another industry creeps forward in a red truck.
NSCX 12 performs some Sunday switching in the massive yards surrounding National Steel Car.
NSCX 12 brings a string of brand new Potash Corp. covered hoppers out of the paint shops to be lifted by SOR and eventually put on a CN train westward.
NSCX 12 is seen waiting in the distance as a worker waters down a switch.
NSCX 12 delivers another three pack of TTX well cars to the interchange tracks.
The time is 14:00 on a beautiful Easter Monday as workers arrive at National Steel Car for the beginning of the next shift. The GE 50-ton diesels assigned to switching the NSCX yard are all busine... (more)
NSCX 12 swaps out some recently finished TTX well cars just before the afternoon crew takes over.
#12 smokes it up as it struggles to move a cut of brand new freight cars past some protesters.
National Steel Car's 50-ton switcher crosses the road by the plant with a single centre-beam flat, looking very much like a truck. Taken en route CNC4-KROC.
Yard switcher reving up for the days work.
NSC uses this critter to move newlv constructed cars at their plant in Hamilton, Ont.