GO 647 has been rebuilt with two Cummins QSK60 engines by Motive Power, and now has a new hood configuration and longer body to accommodate the upgrades. It now sports 5400 H.P. and is tier 4 com... (more)
GO Transit's fairly new paint scheme. GOT 663 in the new paint scheme pushes a westbound at the western end of the Union Station rail corridor.
A southbound Sounder heads towards Lakewood Station.
Northbound GO train #805 charges past the Langstaff Rd crossing, with MPI MP40PH-3C locomotive #610 pushing on the tail end at mile 15.10 of the CN Newmarket Subdivision. The Newmarket Subdivision... (more)
A Sounder consist prepares to shove into the station for the friday afternoon commute.
Lucky number 13! The third Brunswick train of the Friday afternoon rush scoots through the Derwood Dip on a Clear.
A GO train glides into Burlington Station during a snow storm. The second coach is in the current GO Transit paint scheme.
Under two sets of signals. GOT 633 pushes a GO Transit train westbound as it exits the Union Station Rail Corridor a bit west of Toronto's Union Station.
A repainted coach halfway back. GOT 635 pushes a 10-car train westbound past the Bathurst avenue overpass during a brief sunny period during the tail end of the morning rush hour. Five cars... (more)
It's friggin cold up on this bridge, but the shot was well worth the wait. An eastbound go train under the strong backlit winter sun rolls through approaching their next station stop at Mimico.
An equipment move makes it's way to Willowbrook pacing the busy Gardiner Expressway.
The first of three outbound Altamont Commuter Express trains crosses over the former Southern Pacific right-of-way on Altamont Pass. The train is in push mode as it heads from San Jose to Stockton... (more)
Yup, she finally arrived into Mac Yard off of CN 549, GO 666 sits all by herself on track D29 at the diesel shop awaiting a lift on 435 to Aldershot. Taken on CN property by a CN employee.
Doing no less than 30 MPH coming out the new flyunder, GO trains no longer have to wait for those lumbering freight trains to go crawling by.