GMRC 263 with 3 units and a cut of salt heads for Bellows Falls after a short stop in Chester for lunch.
GEXR X432 with RLK 4096-LLPX 2236, a knuckle-to-buffer&chain transition car, 3 Euro Cargo Rail JT42CWR Class 66s, and another transition car crosses the causeway leading up to the Grand River on... (more)
CP London Pickup passes UPY 2690 and 2689 set off a few minutes earlier for as-yet unknown reasons by CP 243.
CP 240 SOO 6028-BNSF 6843-BNSF 7013 pauses to lift CP 3038 with the help of the otherwise parked CP 3057-CP 3097 at Galt yard on the first sunny weekend in a month.
CEFX 101-110 showed up waaaaay out of their home area at Guelph Junction this morning off the Hamilton sub.
Second CP 254 showed up right after an even rarer CP 255 with two CEFX rent-a-wrecks. Haven't seen rent-a-wrecks on CP around here in a few years! Power is CP 5641-CEFX 7108-CEFX 3161.
CN 350 with all UP power brought a Canadian Army extra through Bayview Junction early this afternoon.
D&H 7304 leads CP 255 off the Hamilton sub. First time I am aware of a D&H unit leading in daylight in Canada!
CN #454, a conductors' strike detour, runs through Mount Pleasant GO station with CN/IC 6256 and CP 5720, currently on lease to the FXE, an extremely rare combination! Anyone know what's up with t... (more)
EF Carajas 736 goes by on a KRL flat on its way to Halifax Harbour for export to Brasil. It might be a while with the CN strike, though!
KR 9308 pulls through Naivasha station with no handrails on the engine.
Retired Garret EAR 6006 rests peacefully at the museum in downtown Nairobi, Kenya along with two other 4-8-2+2-8-4s and a 4-8-4+4-8-4.
A Loram grinder works its way westward on the Galt sub on a chilly Friday afternoon. This explains why there are three tank cars of water and 2 water trucks following this thing everywhere...
A Loram grinder works its way westward on the Galt sub on a chilly Friday afternoon.
CP #103 pulls out of Vaughan yard with a GEVO fresh off the assembly line leading followed by an SD90/43MAC with a DPU AC4400CW (out of sight).