Via 6439 rushes towards Kingston on the first morning J Train to pass through the beautiful country side of Eastern Ontario.
Train number 65, the Montreal-Toronto shuffle breaks the silence in the quiet town of Lovekin, Ontario on its way to Oshawa, and eventually Toronto under threatening skies.
CN #369 from Chambord, Québec flies westbound through Lovekin bound for Toronto under darkening skies.
CP 9367 leads a consist of four GE locomotives around the bend just north of Lovekin Ontario with a full load of stacks heading for Toronto.
6446 and its 5 stainless steel coaches catch the final glint of sunlight of the day on their way to Toronto.
VIA 65 coasts around the bend at Lovekin into the sun.
Dual 'bluebirds' lead oil can #608 east through Lovekin.
CP 143 speeds west thru Lovekin.
CP 5953 heads up the evening westbound Expressway through Lovekin siding, back when this train still had daily GM consists in charge. Unfortunately for SD40-2 fans, 130-133 trains have now been re... (more)
After chasing the 10 MPH T08 job on the Havelock sub all morning, we headed south to catch some high speed mainline action at Lovekin. Shortly after this shot, the train lost it's air and ended up... (more)
The best train to catch on the Kingston Sub in 2012 for a morning shot in PL is train M308. No difference on Sept 9 as 8801 leads the charge through Lovekin.
8948, CP 112's tailend remote, chugs away eastwards.
61 rounds the classic Lovekin curve with 6 stainless coaches in tow.
Hotshot 115 hustles westward towards Toronto with a fair sized train in tow. Notice that the second unit, 8561, is a freshly repainted AC4400CW.
As another day at Lovekin begins to end, Q149, a hotshot Halifax to Chicago intermodal train, breaks the calm silence along the shores of Lake Ontario.