CN 148's power is light westbound from MacMillan Yard as it approaches Brampton Intermodal Terminal. It will grab its train there before heading towards Montreal.
Ex-hump unit. CN's 7500-series GP38-2s (originally in the CN 5536-5559 group) had been converted to serve as hump mother units to work with slug units in the CN 500-526 series. However a nu... (more)
A smokey Dash9-44CWL leads CN 435 past Goreway.
A warm summer afternoon at the BIT typically finds you watching massive inbound trains yarding, seemingly even bigger outbound trains departing and the yard job spotting the pads with some classic... (more)
I spy blue! GTW 6420 and CN 9639 are shoving back down the E lead after switching out O-I Canada on this nice sunny day.
CN SD75I 5702 leads train E275 west out of Brampton on CN's Halton Sub.
GEXR 3054 had her beautiful SP nose logo added back sometime recently. After seeing a Instagram post about it thought id head down to catch 431 just out of Mac on the Halton. GEXR lease of the Gue... (more)
CN X435 has a straight shot through to London, ON with an auto train profiled for Windsor from MacMillan yard. CN A435 would pass through in about an hour.
Climbing up the grade at CN Boviard, CN A435 is notching out the new as they break no speed records. Once down the Halton Sub, they will work Aldershot yard and set off 3/4 of their train then dep... (more)
With tunnel motor 3054 out for repairs, GEXR is back running like the old days with 5 EMD motors in notch 8 as they climb up the grade through Mount Pleasant past an EB GO Transit commuter
An eastbound oil train passes through Peel with an awesome lashup consisting of CN 2131, BNSF 609, & BNSF 5870.
16 miles into the trip to Sarnia, we meet CN 5692 West at Brampton. Taken on CN property by a CN employee with full PPE gear on.
CN 8100 backs its train into BIT.
With the engineers hand on the throttle in eighth notch, a lone SD75I has 75 empty multi's on the drawbar doing 32 MPH.