An SD40-2 leads a pair of lessors through the junction just as the sun momentarily poked out through the clouds.
Canadian Pacific trackage rights train 242 (formerly 34T on NS) takes the quiet village of Alvordton by storm, passing the Wabash searchlights at the W.E. Alvordton siding.
While the rest of Franklin Park sleeps, a CP road freight for Toronto departs Bensenville Yard for the east.
CP 242 passes on a very cold morning with CP 8781 in charge and SOO 6046 behind it.
CP 242 rockets Eastward through Guelph Junction in the early morning light, battling an extreme cold weather passage.
Pacman! CP 242 rolls south down the Belt, headed for the NS Chicago Line.
CP 242 boogies through Milton West with an old movie star from the movie " Unstoppable" and CP 6003 trails running elephant style muscling 242's train.
CP 242 pounds the diamond early in the morning with a great lashup.
Riding the Grand River Bridge
A Soo SD60 leads a ho-hum CP Beaver AC south on the BRC with a long manifest. The SD60 leading was one of many nice surprises the BRC dealt me Saturday morning.
CP 9602 CP 9762 AARX 17 and AARX 18 are Passing by Killean at 7:44 AM
The Grand River is starting to break up, and the birds are thrilled. 242 slows for a set off that includes one car with a spectacular full side of tagging
Light flurries have been a part of Southern Ontario for the last 3 weeks. 242 fans them rather effectively
Early morning light