Making their way back from Woodstock, the Cami Turn heads back to Ingersoll.
New kid on the Brick? One of CP's newest acquisitions doing the honours of hauling running trades from Vancouver to Montreal.
CN 399 making his run along the Halton sub with the exact same power from the previous day just different numbers.
THe HCRY comes into the CP yard to lift 5 cars and head back to home rails to lift it's own traffic and head out to the Soo.
CP 242 pounds the diamond early in the morning with a great lashup.
The first train ordered to run through Sudbury and get the workday under way with a large lift of raw materials.
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 !
CN 305 rounds the curve at Lovekin with a great lashup including a GP20D that's being transported.
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!
he GEXR makes his way west after swapping cars at Macmillan yard with the FEC sandwiched in between the two GATX.
The management train grinds itself out of knuckle alley as it's en-route to Hamilton.
A rare movement glides across the Humber with a D4 dimensional for Bobcox & Wilcox for the Portlands in downtown Toronto that rarely ever seen a train anymore.
OSR alcos "put-putting" away in frigid temp, taken with permission.
A pure GMD lashup muscles a long train en-route to Toronto yard.
A photo-op like this is only a distant memory now, CP 441 Toronto-Windsor train has always had two SD40-2s on point and in this photo they were fighting to defeat the Niagara escarpment with all ... (more)