GP38-2s 3105 and 3127 parked at Scotford yard.
CP's Hamilton turn power, 3105, 3057 idle at Kinnear Yard.
CP 541, coined the Hamilton Turn waits in the double-track CTC section of Hamilton to meet southbound ethanol train 626 before heading up the hill for Guelph Junction.
CP 541's power sits next to the Kinnear Yard power.
Except the numberboards, these are identical twins. CP 3105 and 3045.
With the work completed, the Obico A trundles northward at a steady 7 MPH towards Lambton, bring back 4 empty silicate cars from the Owens-Illinois plant.
After finishing running around their cars, CP 3105 and her mate 8233 shove southwards passing an interesting derail switch stand to switch out two customers at the south end of the Area H spur.
Arriving at Toronto Yard in Scarborough, Ontario, KLR train T07's conductor gets back on board after lining the switch to exit the Havelock Sub and enter the yard. Not seen is CP 1684, a rebuilt f... (more)
Viewed through a telephoto lens, one gets a good idea of why this track is good for 10mph. Rocking and swaying, KLR train T07 makes it's way towards Toronto behind CP 3105, 3114, 3043 and 8215 at ... (more)
The Galt yard job prepares to pull along string of empty multi's from Killean Siding for Toyota. The siding will be refilled within 24 hours
Power for the Galt yard job lounges in the sun. Note the red extension cord that keeps the units plugged into for block heating overnight
Basking in the sun after a long day
CP 3105 and 3097 waiting assignment to head up to the Toyota plant with auto racks