GATX 3702 was leased to St. Lawrence & Atlantic and was turned over to CN every couple of months to pay back horsepower hours owed to CN.
Detroit - Toronto train #510 with a bunch of blue CAST containers on the head end charges out of the Hornby Dip.
For a short time in 1991 CP ran a Toronto - Detroit piggyback train for a trucking company, it usually ran with a single unit and a few cars.
CPR 3046 was the preferred unit on CP's Toronto - Detroit Roadrailer trains when they began running in 1991.
When CP began running Toronto - Detroit Roadrailer trains in 1991 the preferred power was a single GP38-2, but a few times a C-424 got the call.
Susquehanna 4008 sits in front of the SK Yard office with a pair of PLM lease units.
Toronto - Sarnia train #411 approaches Mansewood on the Halton Subdivision
D&H 7309 and 7307 sit at SK Yard shortly after being painted in the lightning stripe scheme.
Toronto - Windsor train #71 approaches Massey on the Dundas Subdivision, a few minutes away from a station stop at Brantford.
South Buffalo 36 switching adjacent to Bethlehem Steel's Lackawanna plant.
New (to them) South Buffalo 51 has just arrived at Seneca Yard to be delivered to South Buffalo.
Susquehanna and CP locomotives sitting in front of the yard office at SK Yard.
Buffalo - Toronto #254 was a short-lived double stack train that only ran until CN improved clearances on its mainline allowing it to run west coast double stacks on its own line.
Leased to CP (D&H). Note that the twos in the road number on the side of the cab are upside down fives.