Its always nice to see a SOO Line locomotive leading a CP freight. Nowadays, its pretty hard to find a SOO, let alone leading, with CP beginning their SD60 rebuild program. This shot was taken at ... (more)
441 rumbles in notch 8 through GUE. Notice that the second unit is CP 5911, one of only two SD40-2's on CP's roster to still wear the large Pacman paint scheme.
Some Soo Line power leads a pair of rent-a-wreck units up and out of begin/end CTC sign Guelph junction with roughly 100 cars in tow and an OCS clearance right into Nissouri making this the last t... (more)
CP 6060 gets back to track speed after completing the final leg of the Hamilton Subdivision, and enetering the OCS territory of the Galt.
Catching the last glimpses of light on a much warmer than usual January evening, SOO 6046 thunders past Mountsberg Conservation Area with a clearance to Nissouri.
SOO 6046, CITX 2785 (ex-UP) & CEFX 3139 lead CP 245-08 westbound through Milborough.
A lengthy 141 throttles up the grade at GUE.
CP 242 passes on a very cold morning with CP 8781 in charge and SOO 6046 behind it.
CP 627 - empty ethanol, departs Guelph Jct with two CSX units trailing, having just come off the Hamilton Sub.
CP's 'Ham Turn' departs Guelph Jct, with a good string of new cars from Hamilton.
A beautiful consist on CP 441 on a frigid winter day consisting of CP 6017 (Dual Flag), 5911 (Big Pacman) & CP 8234 west through Guelph Junction.
On the coldest day this winter, SOO 6049 is shot leading CP 147 at first line. It was a nice surprise seeing a candy apple SOO leading a train.
Consecutively numbered GEVO's 8810 and 8811 lead a Westbound 141 through Guelph Junction on one of the coldest days experienced in a few years.
This surprised the group as it rounded the corner. A "candy-apple" colored SOO 6049 pulled train 147 through Guelph Junction in the early evening, sharing the workload with CP veteran 5908.
CP 255 with CP 8568 & CP 8809 cross Sideroad 3 at Mile 75 Hamilton Subdivision.