The conductor on the Goderich bound way freight looks over his paper work for the day as his engineer and brakeman fetch the head end portion of the train. Posed Photo Op.
Rusted from years of bracing the elements.
One of CPs newest GE ES44ACs leads an eastbound through Guelph Junction on a hazy July morning. Of personal interest, the OSR can be seen in the background about to start their day with 1210 and 5... (more)
Just like cows that are put out to pasture, the same can be said to locomotives used for parts. 1116 sits out in the grass, a fixture to the yard along with the various pieces of a equipment.
After years of service for her owner CPRail, former RS18u sits outside at Guelph Jct with hood doors open exposing the guts to the elements of mother nature. Used as a parts unit for a few of the... (more)
CP's daily vehicle train from Toronto Yard, ON - IHB Gibson, IN passes through Guelph Junction with CP 8841, NS 1022, NS 1012 pulling 60 racks.
Three former SOO Line SD60's sandwich a CP ES44 as they power their train across a snowy causeway at Mountsberg Reservoir.
Thanks goes to Railroad: Canadian Pacific RailwayLocomotive: EMD SD60Location: Campbellville, Ontario, CanadaLocomotive #: CP 6246Train ID: CP 234-02Photo Date: March 02, 2013
245 hustles towards Galt on a balmy September Sunday. It was nice to see a bit of EMD flavour trailing the GE's.
A westbound unit train of sulfuric acid, headed up by M636 4739 and leased N&W SD40-2 6167, will top the grade shortly at Guelph Jct. Rare were the times it seems that CP didn't have some other r... (more)
OSRX 506 brings a pair of covered hoppers out of the lumber facility as the conductor clings to the side of the last car.
Having just come off the OCS/ABS portion of the Galt Sub, train 248 cruises through Guelph Jct with a nice "red barn" leader. To the right is the OSR's yard which has an ex-CP van resting, watchin... (more)
Probably the first 9300 series engine on a revenue CP train leads this mixed freight west through GUE. The fresh paint really stands out in this cold, dull setting.
The face of the deceased. Built as RS18, CP 8746 in 1958, rebuilt in 1980 having it’s nose chopped along with other upgrades is was reclassified as a RS18u and renumbered 1802, only to be... (more)
How the times change...or don't! A trio of MLW RS-23's are lined up after coming back from Guelph and will receive sand the old fashioned way, amid snow squalls.
CP 241 struggles up the hill into Campbellville as it heads west.