You take the high road, and I'll take the low road...and I'll be in Union Station before you
Laying over at GO's North Bathurst Yard
Deadheading back to the maintenance facility
On a humid June morning, CP 8726, along with SOO 6024, ICE 6102 (ex-IMRL), and ICE 6416 "City of Linwood" lead a moderately sized eastbound past MacLennan pedestrian bridge.
Plenty of places nearby for Alco/MLW fans to live!
Blue Jays-Nationals game coming up, but these guys have other places to go
VIA 75 emerges from the flyunder bound for points west.
On the last day of a humid May 2012, an evening GO train heads westbound into the sun bound for Milton.
CP 245 slowly approaches Bartlett accepting a clear to restricting signal to West Toronto Jct. with a trio of GEVO's including 9350 leading.
Unexpectedly, two action red GP9u's (not too common in 2012) breeze through Rosedale lite for Agincourt.
CN 369 climbs up the grade through Beare, I was off by about 3 minutes with a over under!
The powerhouse of this Westbound commuter train shoves 10 Bombardier Bi-Level coaches under the Bathurst St bridge prior to leaving the Union Station Rail Corridor. First Stop, Exhibition.
A Keele streetcar glides west over St. Clair's dedicated streetcar island bound for Gunn's Loop at St. Clair and Keele, near West Toronto jct.
VIA 911 is the leader for a westbound 95 bound for Ontario's tourist city, Niagara Falls. Note that construction has indeed started on the Union Station revitalization project...
This is a Presidents’ Conference Committee (PCC) streetcar. The committee was formed in 1929 by the presidents of the U.S. streetcar systems to produce a modern streetcar to compete with buses an... (more)