Something I had never experienced until this day - 118 stopped to drop a string of IMS cars in the siding at SSS Palgrave, leaving the rest of its train on the main. 112, hot on 118's yellows, rec... (more)
Haven't ever heard of 2 IC's as sole power on CN in Canada before. I had been talking about the possibility of it happening, about an hour before I got a message about 330 out of Sarnia bound for ... (more)
246 has cleared CN Duff, allowing for the daily NS transfer to continue it's drop. It would proceed up to the signal directly behind the camera as light power, before proceeding to the opposite en... (more)
246 blurs by a Cleared to Slow signal at Duff as it enters Ft. Erie Yard, passing a waiting NS 369.
April 26th's CN 421 power, idling till the next assignment. Will bring train 422 back on the 27th to MacMillan Yard in Vaughan, ON. Taken on property with permission.
An ex-AMT (nee GO Transit) EMD F59PH catches a ride to Buffalo on CN 531, after being dropped by 421 earlier in the day. It is bound for Brookville, PA for refurbishment, before delivery to a new ... (more)
Today's 562 - 2 GP9's and 1 tanker - crawl into Port Robinston Yard after returning from the INCO industry along the COPC Humberstone Spur.
Completing extended yard work at Aldershot Yard, before continuing up the Dundas Subdivision for points west. The trailing unit is BCOL 4641, 1 of 4 C44-9WL's from BC Rail's operations on the CN r... (more)
An E232 out of Buffalo, NY hauls through Lincoln, ON with traffic for Sarnia. 232 is an "as-needed" autotrain with various destinations in Ontario, including Sarnia, Oakville, and CN's MacMillan Y... (more)
CN 5682 and GTW 5946 pull 422 out of Port Robinson, it's only stop on the journey from Ft. Erie to MacMillan Yard.
CN 2441, 2719 entering the wye as it exits the Stamford Sub. Port Robinson-Sarnia manifest.
Dedicated to Gorj "Corgi" Williamson, devoted member of the Railpics Critiques group on Facebook.
Shoving back into Aldershot Yard.
Turning another train around at Aldershot Station on GO's busiest line.