One of a kind the only RSD17 ever built Canadian Pacific # 8921 was known as the Empress of Agincourt. It spent much of its life running long transfers from one yard to another in the Toronto. Ph... (more)
The coaling Tower , Coach yard , GO transit staging tracks and the west end of the long gone Spadina Ave Loco servicing tracks are all seen in the photo
The view of The Canadian Pacific Roundhouse from CN Tower. Not even the coaling tower still stands at the time of the photo
FPA4 6768 rests at the now long gone Spadina Ave yard. Not some Via units still carried the CN logo on the nose for a short time
A GO commuter train arrives at Toronto Union Station. These locos were sold to Amtrak in 1990.
Canadian Pacific GMD FP7A 4073 (Built 1952) with MLW RS-10 #8479 on roundtable. Photo from my collection, no photographer information on slide.
GO Transit GMD GP40TC 501 (500-507) only 8 units of this model ever built. All eight units were sold to Amtrak in 1988, and renumbered 192-199.
GO Transit GMD GP40-2W 707 on lease to CN Rail in October 1982; This unit was acquired by CN in 1991, repainted and renumbered CN 9674.
VIA Rail MLW FPA-4 6777 still in CN colors leads Sarnia train 83 near Toronto's Union Station.
MLW FA-2 4049 used mainly for Montréal-Windsor fast freight service.
CPR MLW RS-3 #8431 with MLW FB-1 #4421.
Canadian Pacific MLW FA-1 4025, MLW RS-18 8794 and MLW RS-3 8436.
VIA Rail, Toronto-Windsor train 71 in the lead CN FP9 6515 and F9B 6612 still in CN colors.
Racing away from Union Station F59PH 546 shoves westbound as it parrallels traffic on the Gardiner Expressway.