RLK 3873 sorts a cut of tank cars bound for Bunge Inc. on the Hamilton Waterfront.
A pair of RLK GP's sitting in the shops in Hamilton. The storm clouds could be a metaphor for the takeover from G&W.
Probably the nicest paint scheme around Hamilton these days, with the exception of the odd DME/ICE visitor on the other side of town. Forbid the day when we see 3873 turn in her Blue, Gold and Whi... (more)
Awaiting the evening crew to take it, RLK 3873 bathes in the sun on the engine track at Hamilton Yard.
"4 to a joint...2 to a joint...1 to a joint...3 feet...clang" RLK 3873 prepares a cut of cars for 331 to lift for Sarnia.
RLK 3873 is paired nose-to-nose with NECR 3840 this morning as they tackle some sorting duties in SOR Hamilton Yard.
RLK 3873 pulls a string of cars set off the previous night by CN L555 for classification in the yard.
RLK 3873 rests for a moment beside RLK 1757.
The SOR backs down the N by NW spur as an impatient driver impatiently edges closer to the R.O.W.
RLK 3873 leads to the west end of Hamilton Yard after doing a few switching ops.
RLK 3873 sorts out 421s drop from this morning.
The conductor of RLK 3873 throws a switch at Hamilton Yard with fall colours along the Escarpment.
RLK 3873 brings in a string of brand new rail cars released from NSC including seven Potash Corp covered hoppers and five single well cars for a railway in the Middle East.
Two RailLink yard goats bask in the September sun. Note the orange Schnabel car and van sitting in Hamilton Yard.
RLK 3873 sorts cars bound for Bunge Inc on the Hamilton waterfront.