Toronto's Union Station is what comes to my mind when I think of architecture in Toronto. Along the walls of Union Station are engraved the names of cities and towns that the railway ran to, and s... (more)
"Restored To Her Former Glory" Canadian National's GP-18 is on display at the Steamwhistle Rounhouse in downtown Toronto. In the background remains a coaling tower with CN's 4-8-2 number 6213 on d... (more)
The Northland, when it was a combined overnight train operating with a Cochrane section and a Timmins section, is pictured southbound at Pottery Road with FP7s 1508 & 1502. In about 10 minutes, pa... (more)
Coming off the North Toronto Sub on a deliciously warm autumn afternoon, an A-B of Fs head up four other units on this westbound as they continue north up the Mactier. The power is FP7 4030, F7B ... (more)
The end of an era, this would be CN 435's last regular trip down the Bala Subdivision. Due to an extra track installation at Aldershot, 435 will no longer be taking the southerly Don Valley/Lakesh... (more)
Pictured here, CP 7020 (donated to and preserved by the Toronto Railway Historical Association) sits on the turntable of the old John Street Roundhouse. Shot from Toronto's iconic CN Tower, 1135 f... (more)
After attending a luncheon, me and my dad headed for home, but not before I snatched this shot of a westbound articulated streetcar working Queen Street east on a lovely summer afternoon. This wou... (more)
People from all over Toronto, including news crews, businesses, council members, and of course families gather in CP's Lambton Yard to pay a visit to this year's Holiday Train.
9815 sits on display in Lambton with the rest of the 2012 Holiday Train. Cameron Applegath is seen to the right, getting one of his many great shots of the night.
Folks with smartphones are snapping pictures while the Canadian Pacific Holiday train, 2012 edition, idles at the Toronto show.
Many gather around this years CP Holiday train as it lights up Lambton Yard. A father and his son stay somewhat still for the 13 second exposure, as they observe the lead unit.
The Grey Cup special winds down it's trans-Canada trip in Toronto this weekend making it's final display stop at Exhibition GO station.
VIA6425 brings up the tail end of the CFL train as they rip up the Newmarket at 70 MPH for the 100th grey cup anniversary display in Barrie.
A 506 service streetcar heading west for High Park loop waits for the light to cross Spadina ave, on College St. We are in Chinatown, near Kensington Market in downtown Toronto.
One of Amtrak's 40th anniversary P42DC's leads the outbound Maple Leaf past Bathurst St bridge. Amtrak was created in 1971 to handle and consolidate passenger services in the US. PhI was one of th... (more)