VIA 85 with its small consist of an LRC and one stainless BUDD car, lets off its passengers after just arriving in Sarnia.
The Bombardier LRC Demonstrator and an LRC coach sit outside the Sarnia, ON station ready to return west to Toronto, ON.
A blast of natural AC on this hot day as 85 flies past.
VIA 85 rolls into Sarnia on the North track
A Pair of GMD SD75I's roll down the grade heading west to Port Huron MI, as it's a few seconds away from the St. Clair tunnel and a mile away from the Jct. with GT Flint Sub.
An OSR GP-7 and GP-9 rest outside Lambton Diesel at the site of the old CNR Sarnia roundhouse. The heritage of 175 is quite obviously Chessie. I'm not sure what 383's origin is.
CN 331 ties up with BC rail 4609 in th lead.
CN 5037 is exiting the old St.Clair Tunnel built in 1890. This tunnel is now closed and was replaced with a new, larger tunnel in the early 1990's.
CN GP-9 7265 and calf 200 head back to Sarnia Yard after lifting a grain hopper from the grain elevators in the background. This is the location of the old Boat Yard before the new St.Clair Tunnel... (more)
VIA train 85 has just arrived Sarnia behind F40PH painted for TELUS.
LMS 733 leads a CN eastbound out of the old Sarnia Tunnel, as the new one is being constructed to the right.
One of two CSX Southern Ontario division cabooses. This one of what I believe to be C&O heritage sits in the yard at sunset. The fellow in the caboose is fellow railfan and best friend Shaun Hinz.
Three blue Chessie locomotives, all in old paint schemes, sit near a refinery in Sarnia, Ontario.
Perfect morning light brightens up the passing 148 with trailing BC Rail visitor C40-8M #4603 with a short train in tow.