Breaking the silence of the small town of Brighton, hi-pri intermodal rushes by in the morning sun.
Former CN Rail 2-8-0 #2534 on display at Brighton. This locomotive was built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1906 and was operated by the Grand Trunk Railway and then Canadian National Railway. Re... (more)
369 passes under the signal gantry at Brighton. CN once had sidings here, one on the north side and one on the south. Only the south remains and is now a stub track used for storage.
CEFX 1043 shoving hard on the end of 114's train.
A pair of SD70M-2's have no trouble moving this train westward on the Kingston sub.
Meeting 115-06 with 41 grain empties/60 platforms
CP 112 train hustles through Brighton, CP 8707 is shoving on the rear
CP ES44AC 8823 single-handedly pulls 153's freight out of the siding at Brighton after meeting a pair of eastbounds.
Stuffed and mounted, CN 2534 has a great view of the CN and CP mainlines through town at the Memory Junction museum.
CP 235 pulls out of the siding at Brighton after a 3 way meet, CN 2-8-0 2534 can be seen in the background at Memory Junction, Brightons train museum.
Crossing over to the north track to meet train 363 with D6 dimentional loads, less than a month old CN 8805 leads 2619 and 308's train through Brighton, Ontario. Always nice to get'em while they'r... (more)
CN 5267 is in charge of 106 as it nears Belleville to change crews before carrying on to its final destination; Montreal Quebec.
former CP caboose, built June of 1980 by CP at its Angus shops. Retired by CP in 2002, now on display.
Cab shot of 5675. Unit was wrecked in 1977 and EMD supplied new parts so CP could rebuild. Original serial number A3120, unknown if rebuild with new frame and parts changed the serial number.