CP 246-19 creeps down the ruling grade of the Hamilton Subdivision with steel and raw materials from Sudbury, Ontario.
Just over 10,000 feet of CN 422 is stretched across Hamilton Harbour as seen from the footbridge at Bayiew Junction.
A three unit consist screams up the grade into Bayview Junction with 10,000 feet of train for Mac Yard in Vaughan.
A sharp looking stainless steel trainset trails behind VIA 920.
A rowdy group of hunters, fishers and campers prepare to board the pair of RDC cars for up to a ten hour ride to White River. The train can still be flag stopped anywhere in the wilderness and rea... (more)
The Levack Turn emerges from the power tracks to take a cut of cars down the Nickel Subdivision, then head to Levack to switch the yard and industries there.
The yard job power rolls out of the power tracks. A lot has changed from a year ago, the water tower in the background is gone and the yard has been completely refinished.
A CWR train rolls through Wanup on the approach to the diamond that controls directional running with CN along the Bala and Parry Sound Subdivisions.
A pair of Budd RDCs roll off of the service tracks 30 minutes late. The train will cross onto the north track and load passengers, canoes and kayaks for the ten hour journey north.
CN 8923 pulls up beside CEFX 2015.
CP 246-14 rots at Kinnear waiting for a new crew.
A trio of EMD units throttle up out of Bayview Junction.
The RoadRailer shuffles through The Junction with 2571 on the point.
CN 384 snakes its way through Bayview Junction with 2148 in the lead. This train hit a pedestrian at Woodstock a few hours before this photograph was taken.
CP 8853 leads CN 5766 through Wanup with a clear signal into the diamond at St. Cloud where they will cross over onto the CN Bala Subdivision for directional running purposes.