SOO 6037 rounds the curve at the base of the Niagara Escarpment with 20 cars.
RLHH 3049 prepares to shove a single tank car into the yard. The 3049 was painted G&W orange and yellow last year.
CN 8876 - CN 8855 both graduates from London's EMD plant ease Q148 through Bayview.
CP 6009 leads train 143 through Grassie, ON with 8900' of stacks.
A late CN 421 curves around the bay and through the newly commissioned CN Stuart plant. The track work and signalling are ongoing to increase the number of main tracks through Hamilton Yard to two... (more)
CN 144, the Triple Crown RoadRailer, makes its way through Bayview Junction with 127 trailers. The RoadRailer service ceased running through to Toronto mid-November 2015.
A recent CAD-repainted AC4400CW leads train 143 through the S-curve on the approach to Desjardins with 7311, 8653, 5749 and 9823 trailing.
With horns a blaring for the road crossing behind me, the American Holiday Train continues the trek north then west from the Hamilton onto the Galt Sub for Cambridge and beyond.
The rushing waters of the Bronte Creek at Progreston don't give much notice for trains - but the photographer was ready. Perched by the riverside expecting a southbound train, a pair of GEVOs brie... (more)
The first unit ethanol train to ply the rails of the Hamilton Subdivision rests at Kinnear Yard waiting on a fresh crew to continue onto Buffalo. The Niagara Escarpment is just before its peak.
A little something out of the ordinary, CEFX 118 adds some colour as it leads a grungy AC4400 through the CTC double track with 12,000 tons of train.
CN 3018, still looking quite fresh after a few weeks of service, leads BCOL 4620 and 2164 into the S-curve at Bayview.
After adding a trio of helper units onto the head end at Kinnear, CP 3090 leads 255 northbound out of Desjardins and into the S-curve.
CN 148 with MPEX 666 (GO 666 once delivered) in tow descends the last quarter mile into Bayview Junction amid some fall colours. The train would eventually stall around Tansley requiring a shove f... (more)
BCOL 4621 adds to the already abundant colours in the trees surrounding Bayview Junction.