Passing one of the oldest Canadian passenger rail stations still in active use, VIA Rail Canada train 45 heads west through Port Hope, Ontario, heading to Toronto from Ottowa. Built from local li... (more)
CP business train with the CEO riding comfy without a train in the world to meet. Ducks under the falling apart Stacy Rd bridge in Port Hope which comparing to Nicols rd less than a mile west whic... (more)
Classic pair of Red white and blue BC rail units haul a short 369 around the bends of Port Hope passing the oldest railway station still in use in Canada. Built in 1856 by the Grand Trunk Railway.... (more)
VIA Rail Canada F40PH-3 #6416 in charge of westbound train 65 from Montréal, QC to Toronto, ON crossing the Ganaraska River bridge on Canadian National rails.
Long hood forward! Westbound empty ribbon rail train led by Canadian Pacific GP38-2 #3043 crossing Ganaraska River near downtown Port Hope.
Hot rail on the high iron The engineer on the CP 1401 West opens up the throttle once again hearing the old girls come alive again as they clear the bridge at Port Hope and head back up to ... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
Heading west towards their next performance in Bowmanville, this years Holiday Train scoots by Port Hope.
We are on our way to Belleville with 118 cars on the drawbar, but this scene I couldn't pass up as we skirt past Lake Ontario on the approach to Port Hope.
UP 3732 rocks and rolls as it takes the lead over the CPR bridge in the small town of Port Hope,Ontario. UP 5513 behind making it an all Union Pacific powered CP train, in Ontario. A rare sight i... (more)
CP 3025 is in charge of this westbound TEC train as it creeps through the small community of Port Hope, Ontario.
61 blasts through some fresh power in the countryside of Port Hope, ON.
64 races along the Kingston Sub with stainless steel coaches in tow.
Starting into the climb to Newtonville, CN 8008, and BNSF 7483 and unseen mid train DPU IC 1010 power 305's train past frozen farm fields west of Port Hope. The BNSF unit is returning from Montrea... (more)
305 rolls through the southern Ontario countryside with a visitor from the south.