CP 8231 - CP 8223 have just crossed Bond Street and are rolling to a stop at the Galt station with 3 cars. The crew will go into the station to get the paperwork for a lift they have here before h... (more)
CP 8212 - StL&H 8225 sit on the west back track at Galt in front of the Galt station.
The "Ham Turn" power has backed into the Galt yard and will pick up 5 covered hoppers and will continue west to London after CP train 642 goes by.
This pair of 38-2's, CP 3114 - CP 3043, are pulling their train around the west backtrack at Galt as they head for the main of the Galt sub with a load of lumber on the head end for Dumfries follo... (more)
After lifting their train in Woodstock, the Ham Turn cruises under the LaFarge conveyor belt at 50 mph destined for London 20 miles away.
Looking across the bay, a pair of GP9's head northwards on the Hamilton Turn with 1 car for Barnes.
The Ham Turn leaves the CTC behind at Guelph Junction and accelerates into the OCS bound for London.
The new year begins with 525 led by 2 GP9's with 100 years of operational experience still earning revenue for CP
4 GP9's; one car on the Ham Turn today.
CP 8234 and CP 8211 in the Galt Yard
CP 525 passing over the Grand river bridge in Cambridge with CP 8200 - CP 8250 and 11 cars
The "Ham Turn" rolls west with 8221, 8229 and 6 loads of pipe.
A lot going on in Galt as 525 switches, blocks traffic, and the diesel doctor arrives to service the yard jobs 3 GP38-2's
Despite its appearances, the conductor is not saluting the foamer as 50 year old 8229 is just short of Galt with one lift left before London.