Rail, the back bone of the transportation industry. A trio of GP20C-ECO's lug an unusually long 44 car freight train on CP's internal shortline, Kawartha Lakes Railway.
At Mile 148.11 of Canadian Pacific's Havelock Subdivision lies the quiet small town of Burketon, this mornings road switcher from Toronto makes the residences of the town known by blowing for the ... (more)
The quiet solitude all around the playground in the town of Burketon is broken by the sound of GP38-2's hauling train T08 east at a slow pace.
In sweet evening light, KLR T07 bites the slight curve at Burketon Station.
The Havelock emerges from the whiteness as it passes through Burketon, Ontario.
The Havelock slowly approaches Regional Road 57 on the outskirts of Burketon, Ontario. One of a handful of locations along the line where a public road affords an overhead view. Power is CP 8211, ... (more)
CP 3045 leads train T08 past Burketon's soccer field.
Crossing a long fill, KLR tain T08 is entering "civilization" again at Burketon, Ontario, emerging from a somewhat difficult to access part of the route. Burketon was once the site of a junction w... (more)
Lead locomotive CP 3114 with old 'Pacman' paint scheme. Behind 3114 are two GP9's (CP 8207 and STL&H 8245), with GP38-2 CP 3111 trailing - pulling a light load with only 29 cars - a mix of grain ... (more)
Lead locomotive CP 3114 with old 'Pacman' paint scheme. Behind 3114 are two GP9's (CP 8207 and STL&H 8245), with GP38-2 CP 3111 trailing.
Two GP9's sandwiched between a pair of GP38-2's. Lead locomotive 3114 with a well-worn 'Pacman' paint scheme, followed by GP9 8207 with a more up-to-date CP logo and GP9 8245 lettered for STL&H (... (more)