BCOL 4647 in its relatively new CN colours leads a freight off the Dundas Subdivision with an NS SD70 trailing.
CP TH11-27 with a trio of GP9us have traffic on Main Street West and Gage Avenue in Hamilton at a standstill as they make their way down the Belt Line to the waterfront.
CN U710 with 5487, 2617 and BNSF 8132 glide down the last quarter mile on the Dundas Subdivision into Bayview Junction where they will meet westbound CN train 385.
A GO train glides into Burlington Station during a snow storm. The second coach is in the current GO Transit paint scheme.
CP 640-010 crests the Niagara Escarpment behind SD60M CP 6259 and a pair of CSXT GEs.
CN 550 with a quartet of geeps on the point struggles up the curvy grade at Snake with 74 cars from Hamilton Yard.
CP 640-021 with a fresh UP 8972 on the point, and CSXT 7830 and CEFX 1051 trailing, crests the Niagara Escarpment on the southern end of the Hamilton Subdivision.
CP 640-021 with a fresh UP 8972 on the point, and CSXT 7830 and CEFX 1051 trailing, descends the last few miles of the Niagara Escarpment on the northern end of the Hamilton Subdivision.
CN 5400, the class leader for SD60s, leads a short 331 through the heart of Hamilton.
CN 5502, one of four SD50AFs on the CN roster, leads 332 into Bayview Junction after a few centimetres of new snow.
CN U711 creeps through CN Snake after meeting a detouring 302 just a few miles to the east.
CP 246 blasts through the snow covered fields of Grassie, Ontario in the last few moments of sun light.
CP 247 grinds up the grade at a blistering four mph at Waterdown after negotiating the tight S-curve a mile back.
Port Robinson local 562 with 1437 and 7058 double a cut of six boxcars into the yard beside the former Hayes-Dana plant in Thorold, Ontario.
HBIX 9359 rests at the end of AA30 in Hamilton yard in long term storage. The unit normally resides at the OxyVinyl plant in Thorold.