CP 7014 in Script Heritage livery leads train 246 at MP 58.9 on the Hamilton Sub. The interlocking in the background is Main St. and the photo is taken from the Dundurn St. bridge. The train wil... (more)
Three fishermen, wading in the Grand River, look up as train 331 with new well cars made at National Steel Car in Hamilton, ON. cross the Grand River at Paris.
A pair of Reading units trail two B&O's as they work uphill west of Meyersdale, PA. They will soon pass under the high now abandoned Western Maryland steel trestle that crosses the valley.
The Bombardier LRC Demonstrator and an LRC coach sit outside the Sarnia, ON station ready to return west to Toronto, ON.
A trio of N&W units sit outside the CN shop at Fort Erie, ON.
These units were captive in Canada and ran on the old Wabash line through Southern Ontario as a bridge between Buffalo, NY and Detr... (more)
It is a cold, overcast winter day when a pair of CP MLW C424's, both with "pacman" logos, and an MLW FA-2 in gray and maroon script lettering lead an eastbound train out of Canadian Pacific's Agin... (more)
This is a flash flood lit time exposure photo session directed by the late Jim Boyd and his crew for the benefit of attendees to the May rail fan weekend at Cass Scenic Railroad. Jim meticulously ... (more)
The Guelph Junction operator hoops orders to CP westbound MLW M-636 4720. The Guelph Jct. station, order board and CP 4720 are all history now.
Western Maryland BL2 and slug switch in Hagerstown in August 1976.
Approaching Cumberland at Viaduct Jct. in August 1976. Note the rider in the cab of the third unit. Presumably, the fireman's rule is still in effect.
Western Maryland F7A 7136 and F7B 409 take a spin on the turntable in Cumberland, MD.
Preparations for the day's activities are being made at the Cass shops. A Shay is making up the Whittaker train while Heisler #6 is readied for the long trip to Bald Knob.
CN M420W 2503 and 2506 prepare to make a lift at Aldershot Yard. Train 252 is a priority freight that moved containerized goods from Hamilton to Montreal. It left Hamilton early in the evening (t... (more)
A trio of SCL GP-7's taken in 1975.
An MLW RS-18 and MLW RS-10 in classic Canadian Pacific script lettering lead a westbound on the approach to Campbellville, ON. Two leased engines make up the foursome in April of 1969.