CN SD50AF (1 of 4) 5503 speeds along the north track of the Kingston Subdivision at Clarke with Montreal-Chicago hotshot Q149.
CP 9609 leads CP 112 through Newcastle with mixed freight, intermodal and multis for Montreal.
The regular J-train blasts through Newcastle with 6408 and 6448 providing the power.
CN 376, with 2232 and 2438 up front and 2234 136 cars back and 35 cars from the tail end, throttles up the grade at mile 280 of the Kingston Subdivision.
CP T16-21 is led by a rebuilt GP38-2 and 8210 with 7 cars for Trenton.
With a single unit up front and a DPU 19 cars back train 369 rounds the S-curve at Newcastle.
A pair of matching blue CEFX painted AC4400CWs have this 60 car train in check as they prepare to meet 2-240 at Darlington.
With a decent-sized train in tow, train 149 weaves through the countryside with traffic for Chicago.
VIA 6456 rounds the 100 mph S-curve at Newcastle, Ontario.
CN 372 emerges out of the setting sun as it battles the steep grade at Newcastle, Ontario after working Oshawa.
A quartet of General Electric products hustle a huge 241 towards Toronto.
The last train of the day is CP 609, a string of empty oil cans headed back to the midwest from Albany, NY.
65 hustles towards Oshawa into the golden evening light.
A typical 57 breaks the silence at Lovekin.
61 bites the 90 MPH curve at Lovekin doing every bit of the 95 MPH speed limit.