After the rush of morning trains cleared up, there was a slight pause but not a long one as the empty Ameren coal train from Newton, IL makes his way back east towards the powder river basin for a... (more)
ONT 2103 and 1730 sit idle at the shops in Englehart yard.
ONT 2101 and 2102 switch out some cars in Englehart yard, Ontario Northland's operations center.
CP 6240 leads CP 254 as it waits for a track release from CP 247 before accepting a light into the tunnel underneath Hunter Street.
CP 143 makes its descent with platforms sandwiching some mixed freight.
An extra 332 enters Aldershot with UP 4871 leading CN 2199 with multis and mixed freight for Mac Yard.
AMTK 145 leads the regular five Amfleet coaches that make up the Maple Leaf out of Toronto over top of the frozen bay.
The two CTA historical 4000 series cars head across the North Shore Channel just north of Central Street in Evanston.
A Northbound Acela Express appears out of the icy mist on track 2 while a southbound NJ Transit commuter train bound for Trenton departs Edison station on track 4 with NJT 4646 shoving. Note that... (more)
An NJT Local on it's way to Philly passes the A187 signal which guards the FISH passing Siding a mile away from here.
Bright orange BNSF units lead a grain train east past Amsterdam.
Moment of Impact: ON 698 bears down on the Old Muskoka Road crossing in Allensville, blasting the snow bank left by the road plow earlier in the day. Click Railroad: Ontario NorthlandLocomotive: GMD GP38-2Location: Allensville, Ontario, CanadaLocomotive #: ONR 1809Train ID: ONR 698Photo Date: January 19, 2012
DMIR 316 and SOO 2500 head light power between the I35 freeway and Lake Superior on their way up the North Shore to retrieve the last set of coal hoppers they stored there a few months ago for BNS... (more)
ONR 1400 (MLW RS10), POM 1002 (MLW S2) and CN 6734 (CC&F MU car) congregate at Exporail. All were built in Montreal. For more train photos, click more)
In PL, a Westbound coming off the Bala subdivision rolls by New Westminster, one of my most visited spots in the area.