Twelve thousand stallions of various colours throttle up after taking the connection track at Guelph Junction and now run westward down the Galt Sub . Thanks to Oscar Majcher for the final touches... (more)
CN 4132 heads southward down the old rickety Newmarket sub that is jointed rail hauling 5 tankers through a beautiful scene of snow covered pine trees really making it feel like the holidays!
The transfer heads east with StL&H 8245 another GP9 and a rare visitor ICE 6102 in the IMRL paint. You never know what will come stumbling with Canadian Pacific these days...
One of the many local's that serve the GTA is 541 as it returns to sender back from working Malport yard with exceptional power and a great day to be out and about as it crosses the curved trestle... (more)
In contrast to my previous photo, the eastbound express moves east on a cool fall day with a CP redbarn in control of this high priority TOFC train.
New kid on the Brick? One of CP's newest acquisitions doing the honours of hauling running trades from Vancouver to Montreal.
Good ol' smokey MLW alcos throttle up on the jointed rail presenting quite a show for us as it passes the grain elevator in Ingersoll. What a show it was !
Myself & a few colleagues have packed up and given up on a dormant day of railfanning out east. We drive over the bridge to only see two westbound clear signals. One for 305 on the north and one f... (more)
The management train grinds itself out of knuckle alley as it's en-route to Hamilton.
The GEXR makes his way westward through Limehouse with the FEC leading a short consist due for Stratford, Ontario. Thanks to DaSHAWN Osacat for the mini chase we had!
Just after being lifted from the GE plant in Erie, this crisp, bright red new Gevo is on it's first revenue run on the second section of 241.
CP 242 pounds the diamond early in the morning with a great lashup.
AN eastbound CN freight comes through lovekin.
The GEXR muscles out of Knuckle Alley or the Humber in notch eight with a fair sized train in tow on a great fall day. It sure was nice to hear those 645's giving their best effort!
OSR alcos "put-putting" away in frigid temp, taken with permission.