CN SD75I 5785 leads train 303 straight into the setting sun, with minutes left on sunlight to capture the shot lit!
CN 435 slowly approaches CN Snake where its conductor hops on board from Aldershot yard (distance). This train then quickly gets rolling and diverges onto the Dundas subdivision at Bayview junctio... (more)
CN 186 arrives into Jasper where a new crew will board.
Clean CN SD75I 5785 leans into the S curve at Mile 224 of the Edson Sub with train M310 in tow.
CN A43531 30 makes it's way south down the Don Valley. Track spurring off in the background is the former CP Belleville Sub Don Branch, which spurred off the current Belleville Sub at Leaside Yard... (more)
Moving in nose first to pick up a box car in the CSX yard.
As 435 enters London Yard, the conductor pauses a moment to observe the guy standing on the bridge taking his photograph. Leading 435 for the second time in the previous three days, the 5785 is tr... (more)
The CWR train that will end the Kinghorn Sudivisons fate, backs out the abandonded line approx 45 miles to begin ripping up the tracks. The portion of the line seen here hasnt seen a movement over... (more)
The noise of weeds getting whip lashed relentlessly and the sound of protesting rails, CN Work Train 905 backs through Pass Lake, with an Operation Livesaver caboose and the train which will remov... (more)
CN Work Train 905 painfully creeps backwards over the impressive Pass Lake Trestle around Mile 173. This is the first train to traverse the trestle since the line closed in May 2005. The train wil... (more)
The Beginning of the End. CN Work 905 marshalls their train in Port Arthur before shoving back some 45 miles out on the former CN Kinghorn line to begin the removal process. Further in the ... (more)
The CWR train that will end the Kinghorn Sudivisons fate, backs out the abandonded line approx 45miles to begin ripping up the tracks. Can you tell that this line hasnt been used much in years?
The CWR train that will end the Kinghorn Sudivisons fate, marshalls around some cars to be able to back out the line approx 45miles to begin ripping up the tracks.