Westbound at Copetown, Ontario.
GTW 4929 was the fourth unit on CN M38331 20 out of Mac Yard when the welds failed around the draft gear behind the pilot as they climbed Copetown Hill. The end result is shown after the unit was ... (more)
A rare daylight move on the western end of the TH&B, which usually operated under cover of darkness. When the steel trains started operating between Hamilton and Nanticoke, daylight runs became th... (more)
Hot on 435's block, detour train CN 360 charges up Copetown Hill at a relatively decent speed, catching up on a slower 435. For power is CN 5674, IC 1019 and CN 2670. 360 will likely have to put t... (more)
On my first full day of being able to drive on my own, I decided to go to Copetown. Good choice. 435 had been cleared out of Aldershot an hour before, however, only now has it neared the summit of... (more)
CN 5555 catches a patch of sun as it clears the Dundas Grade at Copetown and can open up towards Brantford and will reach a track speed of 60mph.
A solo unit on 332 takes a mile long train down the first section of the hill at Copetown.
Canadian National 8860 and 2442 howl as they lead train 393 through Copetown, having just ascended the mountain grade out of Hamilton. Tucked away in the barely visible siding is TTX 130 729, a "h... (more)
550's power drifts through Copetown on it's way back to Aldershot after assisting 399 up the escarpment all the way to Paris.
An old beater leads a GEVO and a Geep into the setting sun at Copetown, Ontario amid some spectacular fall colours.
CN 2601 and 2128 approach the summit of their 10 mile climb making a bare 13 MPH amid a huge winter snowstorm.
CN 331 makes the final ascent up the Dundas grade with IC 2725 on the point.
CN 331 makes the final ascent up the Dundas grade with CN 2182, a former Dash 8-40CW in ATSF paint.
CN 2601 and 2182 struggle up the remaining grade at Copetown, Ontario amid a violent snow squall.
CN 435 creeps up the tracks on a restricting signal at Copetown while VIA 76 overtakes 330 at Copetown West just a few miles ahead.