Canadian National GMD F7(A)u 9177 at MacMillan yard Toronto, Ontario April 28, 1986
CP Rail MLW M636 No.4734 and 4722 at Toronto's CP Agincourt yard, October 23, 1987.
B&O GP40 No.3711 with CP Rail SD40 5525 and 3 stored Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo switchers, two NW2s number 54, and 53, and a GMD SW9 No.56 at CP Rail's Agincourt yard.
Rush hour in the city begins to wind down on this warm evening, meanwhile on Dundas St. West, a westbound CLRV trudges past fighting the constant barrage of cars.
Toronto Transit Commission CLRV operating on Route 506 works it's way up Gerrard St with the Toronto skyline in the distance.
A pair of rent a wrecks lead the Herzog Ballast Train from Sudbury, Ontario. Both CEFX units were from the INRD and are being used as HPH payment to the CPR. Nice to hear some 16-645E3's once agai... (more)
The late evening roadswitcher out off Agincourt trundles up the MacTier Sub with a short train in tow.
An extra yard assignment out of Agincourt trundles down the former Canadian Pacific Canpa Sub, now owned by Metrolinx (GO Transit). Behind the pair of GP20C-ECO's is three plastic cars for one or ... (more)
A Canadian Light Rail Vehicle (CLRV) pauses at Exhibition Loop in front of the Ricoh Coliseum on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition.
The replacement's As many of you have seen, the fall of the searchlights continue, although the CPR is using quite a mixture of three lens or a lone multi coloured lens, they're still dart... (more)
Work is done for the day and the guys have gone home, tomorrow will be another day as track panel replacement continues. A GP38-2 rumbles on through leading the evening Expressway to Montreal.
The Odd Car Out
VIA Train no. 70 arrives in Toronto about 10 minutes early with the 702 leading a train of predominantly budd cars with the exception of one modern car right ... (more)
Street Running at Dundas Square
The TTC is a relatively popular mode of transportation in the city of Toronto and runs street cars on a regular basis throughout the day and nig... (more)
VIA Rail Arrives in Toronto
A mid-morning VIA Rail train arrives in Toronto nearly 30 minutes late behind a single F40PH-3 pulling five cars.
The Canadian Meets the Commuters
The Eastbound Canadian has just left Union Station and heads for TMC where it will layover for the day, waiting for the nighttime depart... (more)