VIA's last P42DC from an order of 21 G.E. units, heads west out of Union Station. Union station was undergoing a major renovation at the time of this photo.
The weekend Barrie train meets a VIA equipment deadhead in the middle of the Bathurst interlocking. The VIA equipment move will become train 73 for Windsor, ON.
GO 911 rockets through Mimico with the regular 12-car Lakeshore train. To the right is GO's Willowbrook Maintenance Facility and to the left is VIA's Toronto Maintenance Center. The new grading an... (more)
An extra yard assignment out of Agincourt shoves 9 loaded clay cars into the runaround before heading to the other end to switch out Versapet on the Canpa Sub.
It's that time of year again, Canadian Pacific Holiday Train is making its yearly rounds across Canada and the United States. Spreading the hoilday cheer to family's of each city and town they sto... (more)
Parked at Lambton for the night, the Canadian Holiday Train rests before heading back out for it's next performance in Vaughan.
A Roger Puta photograph
VIA 6511 leads a morning westbound train under Bathurst Street Bridge after leaving Toronto Union Station. Several GO transit trains sit in the background after bringing in morning commuter train... (more)
Although not providing any horsepower, GO NPCU 907 looks like it could be on this morning commuter train. Back in the days when it did provide horsepower, 907 was known as Ontario Northland FP7A ... (more)
Canadian Pacific MLW FA-1 4025, MLW RS-18 8794 and MLW RS-3 8436.
The Ontario Northland instituted a Toronto to Timmins passenger service in 1977 called the Northlander. The ONR purchased retired TEE trainsets from Europe for this train, but found the locomotiv... (more)
City Hall in background. A Roger Puta photograph