Another impressive EMD consist makes for the Mactier Subdivision.
CP 5755 is on the point of a trio of EMD units on 421 which is exiting the North Toronto Subdivision for the Mactier Subdivision.
CP 4657, an EMD GP40-2, was acquired by CP in 1999 from HATX and given a beaver paint dip in 2000. It is one of only a handful of GP40-2s left on the roster today.
VIA 6443, a rebuilt F40PH-2, is on the point of train 80 this morning with stainless steel cars in trail.
IC 2460 and BCOL 4654 lead a lengthy 331 through Lynden hot on the heels of 435.
A pair of cowl units lead a short 26 car train 435 through Lynden with an 18 car set off ahead at Brantford.
CN U710 with CN 2560 leading BNSF and CP units exits the plant at Snake.
CN 396 with four GEs up front, including CN 2024 still in its patched ex-UP/CREX paint, glides through Snake.
After setting off their entire train at Galt to be delivered to Toyota, CP 242 travels light power to Toronto Yard with a new SD30C-ECO unit up front.
A pair of AC4400CWs lead 143 down the hill at Desjardins.
A pair of MP40PH-3Cs head up train 714 out of Burlington Station.
CP 246 with CEFX 1032 and 8740 leading snake their way down the grade approaching Desjardins.
CN 332 with a pair of newer 28xx series GEVOs on the point and Detroit IMS on the head end rockets up grade at Snake.
A trio of Geeps shove hard on the tail end of a 96 platform train 142 that is attempting to climb the steep, curvy grade out of Desjardins.
CN 394 with 2829 and SVGX 7101, an EMD SW1200RSm or "Sweep", rocket out of Snake.