Vintage codeline and a searchlight signal stand guard at Galt, ON.
CP 01H-26 briefly stops on the bridge over the Grand River, before continuing on west.
One of my favourite locations in Galt, ON, was this crossing on the way to Orrs Lake, west of the Grand River. Heavy westbounds with first generation power would often be done in by the grade, al... (more)
Before the influx of SD40s on the Galt Sub, this was typical of the lash-ups one could encounter - first generation, four-axle power. To quote Jackie Gleason at the time, how sweet it is!
CP 234 with SOO 6033 leading a pair of SD40-2s and a GE unit cross the Grand River.
CP 8815 leads a BNSF unit through the yard at Galt.
CP 242 with 6066, 6250 and KCSM 4655 waste no time pulling through Galt yard.
CP 243 with 5743 and UP 8640 up front passes through the yard at Galt.
CP 5797 and 5994 have a CWR train tied down in the yard at Galt.
CP 243-10 with 9592 and CEFX 1040 for power flies through Galt.
CP 8208 sits alone in Galt Yard after being set off earlier today.
CP 642 creeps over Galt Bridge with 80 ethanol loads for Albany, NY.
CP 8249 is in the process of wying itself at Galt, Ontario.
Nice and clean.
CP 640 rolls across one of the more impressive bridges in Southern Ontario. This one spans the Grand River.