CN 2410 leads CN 148 through Georgetown.
CN 2160 and 2114 roll through Aldershot West
CN 2714 and 2169 are screaming up the grade with mixed freight up front and a lengthy section of double stack containers trailing.
CN 8890 and class unit 8000 bring 148 off the Dundas Subdivision and into Bayview Junction.
CN 148 rolls down the hill with an early model EMD SD70M-2 in the lead.
CN 2168 leads 148 through Copetown, Ontario with priority container traffic in tow.
CN 148 comes down the Dundas Subdivision with 8960 on the point.
4644 leads train 148 through Brampton, ON on a sunny November morning.
Q148 descends the last 1/4 mile into Bayview Junction with CN 2628 and IC 2458.
CN 148 passes through Hamilton West with CN 5779 leading. Thanks to Dan Tweedle for the assistance with this photograph.
With dynamic brakes howling, CN 5331 - CN 5561 hold 152 cars in check as they come downgrade through Brantford.
CN 148 is coming down through what used to be called Hamilton West with CN 2650 - CN 2426 and 130 cars consisting of 71 platforms and the balance filled out with mixed freight.
The sun poked through the clouds at just the right time to capture CN 6012 - CN 5343 on this stack train consisting of 66 platforms. The 6012 was rebuilt by AMF from CN 5009 in 1995.
CN 8826 - CN 2553 are leading 97 platforms eastbound through Paris.
CN 148 is going through the plant at "Hardy" with a pair of SD75I units numbers 5725 - 5712 with 116 platforms on the head end and 23 mixed freight on the tail end.