Brand new from GMDD in London. To see more pictures Click Here
Originally built in 1957 as CN 4123, serial number A1285. Rebuilt as CN 4107 in 1984, class GR418-d. Today the 4107 was switching cars in London yard.
Built in October of 2002, 2665 carries CN's newest paint scheme promoting their web site. Also note the new font style for the front numberboards.
Originally built in 1971 by CN as a Mainline Caboose from the 472000 series box cars, now the 79531 is relegated to mostly yard activities as a rider car in Eastern Canada. It is currently based ... (more)
My 100th picture ! ! See http://www.alaskarails.org/news/ARR-news03_2.html under the 11/20/03 article for complete information. Here it is sitting outside in primer, waiting to get painted. No... (more)
A cold and windy day. The bridge at Highbury Ave is a good spot for shooting pictures.
A cold and windy day. The bridge at Highbury Ave is a good spot for shooting pictures. London is my second favorite spot to shoot in Canada.
Eastbound switching in the yard. I never got a chance to catch the CLW/Alco power when it was there.
This American crane is all ready to go at CP London Yard.
Union Pacific SD70 No. UP4560 stands in the plant yard at GM-EMD, London after rolling off the production line.
UK Class 66 Nos. 66068, 66070 and 66066 under construction at GM EMD plant in London, rare view of assembly line, including a SD90 in the middle background
UP8512 stands inside the de-snag and test area an GM-EMD in London, Ontario, Canada. In the background can be some GM Class 66 locos for the UK
CP 8642 pass Komoka, train 245 from Toronto to Chicago Blue Island, 16.44 hrs
Not a day to be out photogaphing as the snow started to fall. Amtrak No. 31 passes Frank Lane near Komoka with the 06.35 Toronto-Chicage 'International'.
A clean classic