About to split the searchlights The same pair that was on the northbound Herzog train is now heading back to Toronto and beyond with 5,670 tons of ballast as they approach Bolton doing 40 m... (more)
Last light of the evening as train 223 pulls into Bolton for a meet with 222, the added bonus to this shot was the stellar consist and beautiful colour.
The sizzling summer days are coming as emphasized by the amount of heat waves rising along the RoW, not so much can be said for this summer's freight traffic.
Despite the elements, despite the oil, smoke and grime, this little fella hangs on to the side of CP 104's leader, awaiting the light at Bolton on what once was known as "The World's Greatest Trav... (more)
While playing around with my new toy, 75-300mm telephoto lens for my Sony A700P, the quick sound of the horn and activation of the crossing had this guy in my radar as CP 105 dashes north along th... (more)
A Canada Day special rounds the curve whistling for the crossing ahead, CP 435 boasts 3 different GMD/EMD products, in the lead the unpopular SD90 and second, third trailing are the unique SD40-2... (more)
Notch 8 and given, 105 pulls north with close to 8,900 ft for Alyth as it passes through the more scenic areas of the MacTier Subdivision.
Making the sprint to MacTier, both EMD's are working hard to get this train on speed as they approach station name sign Bolton for their assault on the OCS MacTier.
CP 436 roars through Bolton with 4 units in tow out of the 4, 3 are different GMD products.
Pulling up a slight grade into the Begin/End CTC Sign at Bolton, Ontario CP437 looses no time for the quick trip for a crew change at MacTier.
CP Hudson 2816 between Bolton and Palgrave, heading north on the CPR Mactier sub