Road-worn, but still earning their keep, a pair of 'Zebra Stripe' GP38-2Ws guide train L540 through Guelph, ON in a scene that likely hasn't played out since CN last operated on this line in the 1... (more)
Before heading down to the harbour spur, I snap a few photos of my train with a pair of widecab GP38's sitting east of the Scott St. ladder on the TTR.
CN 4777 and a GP9u shunt a few cars back and forth which will later go on mainline freights. Thanks to the crew for the awesome horn salute. For a fun fact, Canadian National's Macmillan yard is t... (more)
Canadian Classics! A matched pair of zebra's are the power for CN's Teddy Bear Express today. The conductors in training ran light to Oshawa and back and did a few roll by inspect... (more)
A unique movement lead by CN 4777 from Hamilton approaches its destination Lambton yard, where the Hydro One transformer (seen trailing in near the back) will be interchanged to CP from CN. This t... (more)
CN GP38-2W 4777 returns westbound along the shores of Lac St-Jean to Chambord with a handful of cars.
The Hebertville Local arrives at Saguenay-Power and will wye it's train to head back west to Chambord.
A pair of GP's sit silently in the evening sun at Coteau while waiting for their crew to come on duty. Few road switchers work out of Coteau through the day to service industries in and around Cot... (more)
Eastbound in warm weather.
Notice smoke coming from front truck and the bend in the rail toward the end of the second unit. This is branch service at its best.
Trainman Kenny King proves that you can count ties at low speeds on the prototype 1 Scale:)