CP's afternoon belt line job works down in the industrial part of Hamilton, seen here, CP3114 shoves back with a cut of cars off the interchange with the SOR.
Entering the CTC portion of the Hamilton Subdivision at Desjardins, a pair of grubby looking AC4400's lead CP 246 into Hamilton on a clear winters day.
Just ahead of the CN 8102 East, CN 105 tackles the grade with a pair of GE's thundering in notch 8, meanwhile CN 711 awaits at the Humber for one more before heading across.
On lease to the Orangeville Brampton Railway, CP 8249 leads the Credit Valley Explorer along the former CP Owen Sound Subdivision. This shot would be one of the rarest due to the GP9u retirements,... (more)
Passing through the quiet town of Inglewood, 8249's diecast K3LR2 pierces the air warning of the trains approach to the near by grade crossing up ahead. CP 8249, a GP9u is now a dying breed, not m... (more)
After completing there run around move at Snelgrove, CP8249 heads north back to Orangeville with the Credit Valley Explorer.
With veteran engineer Wayne Thompson at the helm, the Credit Valley Explorer eases across the Forks Of The Credit bridge at 10 MPH.
Sitting in high idle outside the barn, OSRX 1210 is alive and well again after dumping her water this morning.
A restricted 35 MPH daylight movement, CP DIM-003 is en route to Windsor with windmill towers, the train is seen taking the curve into Milton with a red barn leading.
Flying solo, BNSF 4794 West has this empty crude oil train well in hand.
On the charge up hill, CN 710 with all BNSF motive power splits the advance signals to Snider West where the inbound Sarnia crew will change off with the outbound Belleville crew and continue east... (more)
SWOOSH : A trio of BNSF units lead an eastbound crude oil train on the Kingston Sub.
After setting off a car at Hornby with hot wheel problems due to a broken slack adjuster, this stellar lash up on CP 243 crosses the Mountsberg causeway on this cold winters day.
Foreign power is alive and well in Southern Ontario, CP 608 rolls through the countryside with a CSX C40-8 second trailing.
The sound of MLW's fill the morning air coupled with the sound of ice and tree branches falling all around, the extra road switcher marches northwards to Guelph. Thanks for the smoke show Bruce !