Three of the finest lead the charge on a rather empty 131. Lake Ontario's reflection can be seen on the expressway cars and sides of the units.
VIA 44 rounds the bend at Lovekin, hot on the heels of double-headed VIA 60 as the fall colors begin to show.
CN 2327 leads X37131 through Newcastle solo.
204 charges east around the bend at Lovekin with merchandise for Montreal's St. Luc yard.
VIA 6440 leads a consist of stainless steel Budd cars around the 100 mph curve at Newtonville.
A lone EMD in a sea of DPU-equipped GEs, a conventional 369 with 5627 and 2300 weaves through Newcastle.
VIA 57 scoops 149 in the middle of the S-curve at Newtonville Rd. The head end of 149 can be spotted through the tree line to the right.
The CN ES44DC class leader brings the second X371 through the giant S-curve at Newtonville Rd. with 8959 and 2527 trailing.
CN 149 weaves its way through the S-curve at Newtonville Rd. with IC 2725 and 8871 up front.
8883 bites the bend at Lovekin with empty crude cans in tow. The increase in oil traffic bound for Albany, NY makes this an almost daily occurrence on the Belleville sub.
One of the better 642's in a while makes good time through Lovekin. Power is 8912-SOO 6044-DME 6359 (Mt. Rushmore unit). Note: there were about 15 IMS cars tacked on the head end of the train.. An... (more)
One of the new trains to hit the rails since the Hunter takeover rounds the bend at Lovekin. From my understanding, 205 is a St. Luc - Coquitlam run of mixed freight and IMS.
The tail end of CP 112 clears the crossing in Lovekin as it helps to push a lengthy train Eastward on CP's Belleville Subdivision
The Expressway heads back to Toronto with a load of trailers.
115 cruises westward through control point Lovekin.