The CN "Training Train" heads thru Snake. I like the shadows that the empty centerbeam flats made on the adjacent track.
The entire CANADIAN is visible as the train passes under the famous railfan bridge at Bathurst Street. The 21-car train included four dome cars on this day.
VIA No. 90 from Niagara Falls rolls thru Bayview Junction at 8:19 AM.
VIA 919 and GO 227 race west from Toronto's Union Station.
Weekend westbound VIA No. 675 races west thru Snake with an F40PH-2 pulling 8 stainless steel cars.
A single CP SD40-2 in fresh paint glistens in the morning sun at Windsor Yard on a frigid morning.
Afternoon commuters depart Toronto on this 12-car GO Train.
A pair of SD40-2's lead an eastbound into Milton.
With its ex-N&W paint still showing, B&P GP18 926 switches the ex B&O (BR&P) yard in DuBois.
The B&P northbound freight stops for a crew change in Salamanca.
Just after sunrise and moments before the snow started falling, an ex-CN GP40-2W sits in DuBois Yard. The unit was on the B&P to be rebuilt and repainted for another G&W family railroad.
The B&P southbound rolls thru Carmen under the golden glow of a late fall evening.
The fall colors were just starting to pop as R&S GP40 104 powered the B&P southbound freight out of Johnsonburg.
An R&S GP40 leads the B&P southbound thru the beautiful Clarion River Valley at Carman.
The B&P southbound freight, then called the BNZ, rolls thru Big Run shortly before sunset.