A very late CN 421 shoves its massive train back into Pt Robinson Yard during extended yard work at noon hour. Snow has recently fallen on the Niagara Region, setting a new, but welcome scene.
9359 (ex-PRR 7905) is caught shoving a cut of hoppers into the plant yard across Thorold Townline Road. This little switcher is owned by H Broer Inc (dealer) and currently leased to the Oxy Vinyl... (more)
Haven't ever heard of 2 IC's as sole power on CN in Canada before. I had been talking about the possibility of it happening, about an hour before I got a message about 330 out of Sarnia bound for ... (more)
An ex-AMT (nee GO Transit) EMD F59PH catches a ride to Buffalo on CN 531, after being dropped by 421 earlier in the day. It is bound for Brookville, PA for refurbishment, before delivery to a new ... (more)
Today's 562 - 2 GP9's and 1 tanker - crawl into Port Robinston Yard after returning from the INCO industry along the COPC Humberstone Spur.
The sun breaks through the clouds for a brief moment as CN 567 approaches the grade crossing at Mile 24.10 of the Stamford Subdivision with extra traffic for Port Robinson Yard.
GTW 5946 and CN 9584 are incharge of today's CN 567, bringing mainline #421's extras for drop off at Port Robinson Yard. This crossing marks the beginning of the yard's East end, protected by a pa... (more)
Out from years of retirement, GTW 5941 is just one of several SD40-3's that are once again roaming the rails of CN Rail. On this particular day, it leads train #422 Eastbound on the Stamford Subdi... (more)
On a scorching hot Canada day, the crew of CN 422 work Port Robinson Yard to pick up a sole tanker. They would be departing within 5 mins of this shot.
After making our set off and lift at Fort Erie then setting off one unit, the C44-9 in the shot before at Fort Erie, we pull for 19 or so miles before coming to a stop at a rural grade crossing in... (more)
A shot of my train sitting on the main at Port Robinson Yard after lifting 18 cars from JC36, we will start pulling after I got back on with 144 cars, majority of em loads and over 16,000 tons for... (more)