A view from the east end of the yard with locos idling near the office whilst awaiting their call to duty!
CP TH11 performs switching duties at Kinnear yard with three generations of Geeps.
Train 246 emerges from the downtown core of Hamilton, setting off a lengthy cut in Kinnear Yard before tackling the 2% grade of the Niagara Escarpment.
The first unit ethanol train to ply the rails of the Hamilton Subdivision rests at Kinnear Yard waiting on a fresh crew to continue onto Buffalo. The Niagara Escarpment is just before its peak.
CP 5919 leads CP 424994, CP 65 and CP 64 track evaluation car into the yard at Kinnear to test the south end of the Hamilton Subdivision.
CP 246-16 rots away in Kinnear due to a work block between Smithville and Welland for a tie replacement program.
CITX 2794 sits in Kinnear Yard after being setoff by CP 254-08 the previous night. It will eventually be interchanged to OSR for contract work at the Salford Shops.
A pair of ACs sit at Kinnear waiting on a fresh crew to move the train to Buffalo.
CP TH11-27 meets 246-26 sitting on the siding at Kinnear.
CP TH11-27 shoves its ten tanks down a yard track in order to reach the Belt Line lead.
CP 640 sits at Kinnear beside 246.
A quartet of SD40-2s including 6055 and a trio of ICE units. On the siding is 246-26.
Oddities and action at Kinnear: With some remaining horsepower hours to use up, CN 5766 made its way into the lead position of Sudbury-Buffalo manifest 246. After dropping off its load of steel at... (more)
The power for 640 rests on the engine track at Kinnear. This track usually only knows the weight of a GP9u, not 420,000 pounds of AC4400CW.
CP 246-14 rots at Kinnear waiting for a new crew.