Only 30 years old and in need of a doctor. CP 5945 has been put out to pasture for now, having been set out on the unused old connector track from the Hamilton to the eastbound Galt Sub. The track... (more)
CP 8648 East clear Begin/End CTC sign Guelph Junction G-U-E at 10:48. With no Item 4's or restrictions, this eastbound enters CTC territory at Guelph Junction, still a few miles away from its dest... (more)
Sitting out in the sun by the diesel shed looking pretty, former BC Rail M420W 647 looks to all the world like she's still in British Columbia working for her former owner, and not halfway across ... (more)
Hauling hard up the Niagara Escarpment on the Galt Sub only to go down it again shortly on the Hamilton Sub, 9780 leans into the S-curve approaching Guelph Line at Campbellville.
CP 8651 leads a short intermodal with mostly baretables, into Guelph Jct while the conductor gets a clearance from the RTC to enter the single track OCS part of the Galt sub.
Charging the hill east of Campbellville. Note the mismatched numberboards.
Finally underway again after making about 20 railfans and curious onlookers wait shivering at the Nassagaweya 1st Line crossing for about an hour. Next stop Galt, where its instructions were to ar... (more)
CP Saturday train 155 with marine containers heads west up the hill towards Guelph Jct
A newer GE and a SOO SD60M struggle to haul their train up the Niagara Escarpment east of Campbellville on a typical November day with a pair of wild turkeys doing an aerial recon in the upper rig... (more)
Three SD40-2s lead a westbound manifest through Guelph Jct. What a sound it was to hear three 645's throttling up as the engineer notched up on the throttle!
A little closer than these guys had in mind
My son and I enjoying fishing and rail fanning
After coming up the Hamilton Sub the "Ham Turn" heads home to London on the Galt Sub with just one car. In the distance at Guelph Junction another train is about to come off the Galt onto the Hami... (more)
8792 leads a westbound up the hill east of Campbellville.
Framed by an old farm bridge 8710 and 9755 are hard at work hauling a long mixed freight up the Niagara Escarpment.