6401 was rebuilt into an F40PH-3.
A westbound CN passed the Brockville station on a hot September day with a tired duo of Dash 8s.
The SW1200RS was a Canada-only model built by GMD. Of 287 produced, 208 were sold to Canadian National. One of them is seen here moving through the yard in Brockville, Ontario.
A VIA LRC and F9B lead a Montreal-bound train out of Brockville, Ontario. F9B 6533 was destroyed in a head-on collision in Hinton, Alberta a little over a year later.
A classic MLW FPA4 shows its less attractive younger sibling how to make an impression getting out of Brockville, Ontario. The LRC/F9B arrived from Toronto, and set the Ottawa cars on the track be... (more)
Exactly thirty-seven years ago, The Ottawa section of a VIA train from Toronto prepares to leave Brockville, Ontario after the Montreal section has departed. Change is in progress at Brockville, w... (more)
VIA 911 departs from Brockville with Toronto to Montreal train #50.
After setting off its Ottawa cars behind the station at Brockville, Ontario, an eastbound VIA Rail has... (more)
Less than three months before an LRC/F9B set has brought an eastbound train from Toronto, a near-identical scene played out... (more)
The LRC/F9B set in charge of an eastbound train has backed the Ottawa section behind the station in Brockville, Ontario, re... (more)
Travesty From Toronto
Without a doubt, the ugliest locomotive to carry an Alco 251 prime mover was the Bombardier LRC. The 1980 introduction of the low-slung active-tilt trainsets ... (more)
Trips to Brockville, Ontario were always fueled by the desire to shoot the last active Alco/MLW cab units in service. Getting an F7A on an eastbound train was not a bad second prize.
The busy [period at Brockville, Ontario extended past the departure of the Ottawa section of an eastbound train. An more)
The Ottawa section of a train from Toronto has cleared the area, and the FPA4/FPB4 duo on the house track have pulled forw... (more)