CP's second 245 hustles up the hill with 2 toasters and a leaser (CITX 3056).
CP's second 241 of the day is led by CP 8939 as it picks up speed after crawling up the grade into Guelph Junction. Trailing was CP 9649.
CP 143 climbs the grade into Campbellville with a 1 unit up front and one shoving from the back (CP 9756). This train is one of the first to be testing DPU service on the Galt Sub.
The Guelph Junction operator hoops orders to CP westbound MLW M-636 4720. The Guelph Jct. station, order board and CP 4720 are all history now.
CP 8884 brings CP 245 up the grade into Guelph Junction on their trip west.
CP 8884 leads CP 245 past Guelph Junction.
An MLW RS-18 and MLW RS-10 in classic Canadian Pacific script lettering lead a westbound on the approach to Campbellville, ON. Two leased engines make up the foursome in April of 1969.
Westbound through CTC Guelph Junction
There's quite a contrast between these two units, note that 3057 is now off to be rebuilt.
OSR alcos "put-putting" away in frigid temp, taken with permission.
CP 8209 leads the "Ham Turn" out of Guelph Junction, and towards Galt.
Back from the archives, a vintage looking SD40-2 leads one of only 2 large Pac-man SD40-2's and a GP9 west as they roar westbound on the galt into OCS country.
A photo-op like this is only a distant memory now, CP 441 Toronto-Windsor train has always had two SD40-2s on point and in this photo they were fighting to defeat the Niagara escarpment with all ... (more)
CP 8209 and 8215 clear The Junction light power on their way to Galt for a one car lift.
A pair of 95xx series AC4400CWs lead SOO 4420 and the usual multis for Wolverton and London.