A GO commuter train arrives at Toronto Union Station. These locos were sold to Amtrak in 1990.
CN's Spadina roundhouse was located just west of Union Station. It was where power for passenger trains was serviced. It was demolished in 1986.
A former Ontario Northland FP7 rebuilt as a "non-powered control unit" trails a westbound out of Toronto Union Station. John Street Tower still retained it's original roof at this time. The roof... (more)
The FP7 and RS-10 will be the power for Train 11, the Toronto to Sudbury section of "The Canadian". The S-series switchers will serve the CP customers in the waterfront area. Much has ... (more)
Rear end view of unit RS-10 8598 at Toronto Yard on July 19, 1983.
The streetcar number 4002 was built by the Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft (German for Swiss Industry Company), or SIG, ordered in August 1973, delivered in 1978. Ten Swiss models were order... (more)
A GO Transit MP40PH-3C in the new Metrolinx two-tone livery is seen pushing northbound, out of the relatively new Downsview Park GO Station, towards Allandale Waterfront GO.
CN freight units MLW FA-2 #9440 and FB-2 #9437.
CN and the CN tower, CN gp9 on display on display at the roundhouse park in downtown Toronto
Trackage for GO,VIA and UP(Union Pearson) trains into Toronto Union Station a assortment of switches including double slip's and a helping of dwarfs lighting up the night
An eastbound detouring VIA train has just entered the Galt Sub at Obico and is now heading east crossing over onto the no 2 track for the trip to Union Station via the CPR.
Maple Leaf over Royal York VIA97/AMTK68 crosses over Royal York Rd along the CP Galt Sub, this short detour over the Galt/Canpa Subs is due to the preparation of Humber River bridge replace... (more)