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.
When a train running on the Kingston sub has dimensional loads, the train ID is replaced with 350/351. This train would typically be ID'd M308, but since the train is hauling some CAT dimensional'... (more)
A recently rebuilt SD60 (formerly SOO 6050) leads the daily expressway train east through Lovekin on its way to Montreal.
VIA 55 with its typical stainless steel consist rounds the bend at Lovekin on a pleasant Sunday afternoon.
Sunday's Cobourg Turn has taken the siding at Lovekin to wait for a 140 that has already passed, and will now have to wait for 112 to pass before the train can proceed west to Toronto Yard.
The CP Expressway train hauls truck trailers on flats from Montreal to Toronto and vice versa. It is a convenient alternative for companies like Canadian Tire and Sears, who are frequent users of ... (more)
CP AC44 8536 brings up the tailend chugging away..
CN's very first SD70M-2, CN 8000, leads a lengthy 149 around the bend at Lovekin.
After figuring out their FTO issues, we see CP 140 on the main after having accepted a clear to restricting signal at the west end of Lovekin siding.
VIA 57 makes his usual appearance in the afternoon following 149 into Oshawa.
CP 131 speeds along Lovekin siding after meeting counterpart 130-19 at Port Hope.