A pair of Gevos fly westward riding 643's yellows as the parade of westbound in perfect light continues.
CP 244 makes his way across the diamond with a fair set of power.
A pair of jeep 9's move some multis to drop off at P66 for the next 223 to take north.
A SD75i and a former Union Pacific C40-8 brings CN train 383 down hill through Milton through the very scenic Mile 30.
CP 223 curves through the staggered aspects at Bartlett with a decent lashup. Not the second unit being 9022 one of only two dual-flag redbarns.
The transfer heads east with StL&H 8245 another GP9 and a rare visitor ICE 6102 in the IMRL paint. You never know what will come stumbling with Canadian Pacific these days...
The first crude oil train to step foot in Canada ever rolls along the North Toronto Subdivision with a pair of gevos hauling 80 tankers + 1 buffer car.
An old holiday unit leads CP 233 hot on the tail on 113.
A sight like this never gets old when you have 12,000 horses charging towards you in brilliant morning light.
After pulling out of Puslinch a miracle happened. With pretty much overcast conditions the sun came out exactly as this widecab Soo came into focal length making for another legendary day out on t... (more)
The GEXR makes his way across the Humber trestle with the FEC leading and a rather rare GP38-2 that usually never ventures east of Stratford.
Via 95 makes his way through Aldershot.
The remains of 118 come around the curve at West Toronto.
Not too many of these stragglers left ! StL&H 5615 muscles his train west ward getting a clearance across the davenport diamond on mild fall day in Toronto.
With mis-matched number boards, CEFX 1047 scurries 113's intermodal with some mixed freight up front westbound on the Belleville sub.