After setting off their entire train at Galt to be delivered to Toyota, CP 242 travels light power to Toronto Yard with a new SD30C-ECO unit up front.
A grubby looking 9544 leased to the BNSF leads CP 147 up the grade, trailing is BNSF 9749.
A pair of 57xx series SD40-2s lead a pair of GEVOs on a second section 234 at Guelph Junction.
A pair of SD40-2s idle with a CWR train on ML-1 at Guelph Junction.
The only thing I like about these SD40-2's are the Canadian spotting features which include, cab mounted bell, class lights. Even after all these years, her action red paint still looks much intac... (more)
Sitting in high idle outside the barn, OSRX 1210 is alive and well again after dumping her water this morning.
After setting off a car at Hornby with hot wheel problems due to a broken slack adjuster, this stellar lash up on CP 243 crosses the Mountsberg causeway on this cold winters day.
Caught up behind train 254 in last nights ice storm fiasco, CP 242 is seen blasting off with a nice lash up to Toronto after cleaning out a switch at Guelph Jct.
The US Holiday Train sits at Guelph Junction East for the passage of CP 247 who's on a long sluggish climb up the Hamilton Subdivision.
CP DIM-094 climbs up the slight grade at Guelph Junction with CP 6225 and 5730 providing the horsepower for the movement of 59 wind turbine tower sections.
Job One's power for the day, OSRX181 leads the 647 and 505 out from Stall Two in beautiful morning light. Taken on railway property by a railway employee.
The days get shorter and the nights are colder, Jack Frost leaves his mark on this switch lock in the morning sun.
246 is exiting the south end of Guelph Junction as it begins its trek down the Hamilton Subdivision.
The GJR division of the OSR has just began their day as they pull the power out of the shops.
A bluebird leads 247 around the connecting track at GUE as the train is about to merge onto the Galt Sub. OSR's ex-CP van is seen rotting away in the background.