TRRY 1859 leads four cars from Feeder through WH Yard on the Canal Spur. The unit will leave the cars on the main and run light power to Port Colborne and a second unit will lift the cars to take ... (more)
TRRY 1859 leads four cars out of Feeder Yard on the Canal Spur. The unit will leave the cars on the main and run light power to Port Colborne and a second unit will lift the cars to take to Wellan... (more)
Car #130 makes a stop at what is thought to be the Welland depot while a cabbie waits for a fare in this 1953 scene. That is a 1953 Canadian built Chevrolet.
SOO SD60's 6026, 6051, 6027 pull ethanol train 640 out of the Welland Canal tunnel enroute to the United States. This is my first, and probably last time seeing a SOO Line trio. It was originally ... (more)
CP 5911 brings three other EMD SD40-2s and 10,563 tons of loaded unit ethanol train into Welland Yard.
A pair of venerable GE AC4400CWs lead a B39-8E for Saratoga and North Creek in the United States along the Welland River.
After waiting a half hour for CN and CP to make arrangements for 626 to complete its journey in Canada, 5911 trips the hotbox detector at MP 18.3 and we ready our cameras. Shooting out of Townline... (more)
Looking festive with a Christmas wreath, 1859 builds its train in West Welland yard before heading south to Port Colborne. Barely visible in the background TRRY 108 is also shunting cars and will... (more)
Trillium Railway's Slug 168 on the deadline of the old Cayuga Sub. It is now awaiting to be cut up for scrap.
GP9 class leader 8200 is being checked out at the beginning of the day, in preparation for a hard day's work. Taken with permission by Canadian Pacific Railway.
CP 254-07 rolls across the Grand River on the approach to SSW Welland. The blue reflection is coming from SLRG 8524 which is painted in a retro D&H scheme to be delivered to the States.
The crew of this local warm up after gathering their cars for this morning and head to service industries around the town of Welland
CP 255 awaits its clearance onto the main after MOW crews vacate the tracks at Hewitt Rd
Approaching the Welland Canal on the north track of the Grimsby Subdivision, here is where the tables change as ships have the right of way at this bridge and we sometimes have to wait for them to... (more)