Hodgepodge Of Power
After working Kitchener Yard, a daylight run of CN 533 heads east back to Mac Yard with a hodgepodge of power as seen crossing the grand river.
CN train L540 heads down the Huron Park Spur to interchange with the CPR.
CN L568 pulls ahead of the switch with its power, while VIA 85 approaches on the main on this frigid day in January.
GMTX GP38-2s 2289, 2274 and 2284 idle in the yard at Kitchener, a day prior to CN taking over duties on the Goderich Exeter Railway.
QGRY GP38-2 2008 waits for a CN crew to climb aboard to take it and train A432 to MacMillan Yard in Toronto. Today was the first day of CN's repossession of the former GEXR operations.
SLR GP40-3M 3806 and QGRY GP38-2 2008 lift some cars out of the yard at Kitchener.
It's the first day of CN back on the Guelph Sub after GEXR's lease had expired the night before. Rather than sending light units from Mac Yard, CN offered to run train A432 with GEXR's power to ge... (more)
Mother Nature has greeted CN with Southern Ontario's first major snowstorm of the winter as they begin their first day back on the former Goderich and Exeter Railway. It had been long term leased ... (more)
For one of the last times before CN takes over, GEXR train 580 heads for the Huron Park Spur with a handful of cars.
GEXR SD40-2 3394, RLHH SD40-2 3403 and GEXR SD45T-2 3054 have just departed Kitchener, ON and have wasted no time in getting one of the last GEXR train 432's up to track speed. CN would take opera... (more)
Putting the “motor” in Tunnel Motor! GEXR 3806 is seen through the lower air intakes of no. 3054, an ex-Cotton Belt EMD SD45T-2.
A pair of G&W painted units sit at Kitchener.
Toronto bound VIA train #84 rockets past GEXR train 580 east of Kitchener on the Guelph Sub.
GEXR train 580-14 goes about its switching duties in Kitchener prior to departing for Guelph.
With its crew out of time, GEXR 431-09 sits in its irregular terminus of Kitchener. Later this evening, another crew will jump on and head towards Stratford.