8821 and 8833 scream through Oshawa with a tiny train by Kingston Sub standards.
VIA 918 rounds the bend after a meet with CN 103 at speed.
GO 520 & 559 in push mode thunder towards Whitby on the GO sub.
VIA 40 rounds the curve into Oshawa in the early morning light.
Roster shot of CN 2256 on one of its first revenue runs leading 362. Main difference between other CN GEVO's is the marker light placement.
Brand new CN GEVO 2256 leads CN 362 around the curve into Oshawa. Note the marker light above the conductor side ditch light.
A moody evening in Whitby as I wait for my train to arrive for my deadhead back to Willowbrook, the rails show it's years of passenger rail use as they string down into the horizon on GO Transit's... (more)
Rolling back to the layover track at CN Henry, the speedo shows 50 MPH as the track blurs by and the sight of heavy fog blankets the tracks ahead as my day is done and deadhead back to Toronto for... (more)
Leaving Oshawa GO Station, a quick glance at my conductors side desk on the F59 where my stuff is neatly placed for ready use including DOB, gloves etc.
369 departs Oshawa bound for Mac Yard.
GO 239 rolls down the final stretch of the GO sub at Oshawa North.
CN 275 pulls out of Oshawa yard bound for Chicago after waiting on 369, 321 and 309. Conductor Trainee Mike Da Costa can be seen waving from the cab.
Two veterans lead 142's frames into the siding at Oshawa.
One of CP's most ugliest units wait for a yard job to bring loaded racks up the hill for him to take to Toronto.