The day is done but the night is young Another job done today on 554 as the power we used awaits the crew of 543 before continuing on for the night shift of running across the Oakville and ... (more)
OSR 1620 briefly poses beside the Guelph water town before heading back to the transfer, who knew the operating relationship between OSR and the GJR would deteriorate to the point of having anothe... (more)
Working on my final three shifts on the OSR Guelph Junction Railway before the GEXR take over, we park the power on the glass track at Traxxside in Guelph for some photos before continuing on to t... (more)
Carnage!! The slow painful death of this old Canada Starch tank car being ripped apart like a T-Rex ripping apart it's prey.
All is quiet at Oakville Yard as my GP38/GP9 set sits in slumber from working 554.
A heritage unit and a military unit team up to power an eastbound CP train as they cross the Credit River in Streetsville bound for Toronto Yard.
Silent A pair of former OSR M420W's still in BCRail colours sit on the interchange awaiting a ride to their new home on the Sartigan Railway in Quebec.
Resting between assignments.
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)
A rare bird
CP 4522 started out as UP 9003 a GP40X, now rebuilt by NRE as a GP38-2 and kept her flared radiators! Her and her Canadian sister shove back an empty rail train down the Waterloo ... (more)
Suckerhole With just enough sunlight before the next set of clouds roll past, CP 6080 West shoots through the countryside west of Puslinch towards Galt and then Preston to drop the final st... (more)
Hodgepodge Of Power
After working Kitchener Yard, a daylight run of CN 533 heads east back to Mac Yard with a hodgepodge of power as seen crossing the grand river.
Brakeman Steve Bratina mans the switch at AOC looking onward as the conductor makes the joint on a loaded maleic acid tank car.
Slowly making it's way into Hamilton, dynamic and train brakes is the only thing keeping 12,000 tons in check while the train operates in mountain grade territory on the Hamilton Sub.