CP 241 rockets through Mile 54 of the Galt Sub after meeting two eastbounds at Puslinch with a brand new SD30C-ECO on the point.
A pair of Americans power CP Train 147 through Cambridge in evening light.
Canadian Pacific's American Holiday train hustles across the Galt sub.
CEFX bluebird 1055 is seen at the head end of train 243's colourful consist as it crosses the Grand River on its way to Wolverton, where it would meet an eastbound pipe train.
A stellar lashup makes its way across the Grand River on a brisk, but beautiful day in Southern Ontario.
Pacing shot in horse country.
Tanks that wrap around the corner.
4 different units, 3 paint schemes. SD60 6255, AC44 9606, and ES44 8737 trail.
Empty oil train westbound.
Luck is all you need sometimes. Me and a few buddies chased this 627 from Guelph Junction to this location on a essentially cloudy afternoon. As soon as we saw this guy turn around the bend down t... (more)
Me and a few railfan buddies started off what would be a fantastic day on the Galt Subdivision at Killean. Just as the sun begins to hit the sky, CP 5987 pulls a decent size 248 through Killean, b... (more)
CP 8234 idles away in CP's Galt Yard on the CP Galt Subdvision in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. Photo taken with permission.
SOO 6061 & CEFX 2786 (ex-UP/SP) leads CP 627 (a westbound Ethanol train) through Mile 54 of the CP Galt Subdivision with a surprising leader!
Sunset approaches as the CP Holiday Train arrives for an appointment in Galt.
CP 6037 and CP 6075 cross the Grand River.