Another impressive EMD consist makes for the Mactier Subdivision.
CP 5755 is on the point of a trio of EMD units on 421 which is exiting the North Toronto Subdivision for the Mactier Subdivision.
CP 4657, an EMD GP40-2, was acquired by CP in 1999 from HATX and given a beaver paint dip in 2000. It is one of only a handful of GP40-2s left on the roster today.
CP #421 pulls past Bartlett after finishing up work at P66 service track. #421 was juicy today, with SOO 4416 and CP 9011 in trail, pretty good for CP in 2014.
The past few summers have seen TTC 4549 operating Sunday afternoons on the Harbourfront line, special destination sign and all. With the reopening of the Kingston Road Streetcar line at the end of... (more)
Train 923 at Toronto powered by a fairly fresh 4224 along with 4227,4203 and 1621 in this slide from my collection. No photographer information available.
CPR 4706,4243,4707 lead train 516 at Toronto. In later years some of the Big MLW's took on a rough appearance although they still could get down and pull well. The 4706 was about the worst looking... (more)
Making it's first station stop west of union, a home ward bound GO train eases into the Bloor GO Station with tired passengers aboard.
Diverging onto track one for a meet with a dimensional train, a rebuilt SD30C-ECO leads a London built SD70ACe on train 147.
Surprise, surprise, VIA No. 2 from Vancouver takes off to the TMC after arriving into Toronto Union Station late.
VIA power & RDC's between runs at CN Spadina Roundhouse.
A pair of GE's bring loaded oil cans through Toronto as the last few rays of light cast some nice glint of the side of the train.
CP #240 powers through Rosedale.
CP Streetsville Turn coasting through Bloor on the Galt Sub with two brand new rebuilt PR/EMD GP20C-ECO's in charge.
This unit was retired in 1984 and then paint in PCS shop, Montreal and donated to the city by CN to commemorate Toronto's 150th anniversary.