The Empress of Agincourt. One of a kind, MLW RSD-17 only one ever built. This photo was taken a few months before her nose was chopped.
A worker climbs aboard GO 613 as the trainset is serviced between runs.
GO Boise Idaho-built MP40PH-3C 602 leads the second last morning GO train from Milton to Toronto past Bloor, mile 9 Galt Sub.
A pair of Century's await their next efforts in their oily glory. For other shots from my day at Agincourt years ago, see 348595more)
Another shot from my day at Agincourt years ago. The cab of sister unit CP 4725 is barely visible at the back right edge; the end of CP 5004 is seen on the left edge. A great
engine! For my ... (more)
Back in the days when ALCO's still ruled the road on CN's eastern divisions.
A roster-y shot from somewhere in Toronto, back in the day, hopefully the water tower will allow identification. I would expect a yard in the NE suburbs of Toronto, but 30 years does something to... (more)
VIA Rail #911 pulls into Toronto with a morning train from Windsor. See more at www.youthwith.fotopic.net.
CP 223 starts the parade of trains on the Mactier Subdivision with a trio of SD40-2s leading intermodal and 80' rail cars
Looking more like something from a model railroad, a GO Train zig-zags thru the crossovers approaching Bathurst Street.