CP T76 returning from Kent Bridge after dropping a few hoppers.
Unexpectedly, two action red GP9u's (not too common in 2012) breeze through Rosedale lite for Agincourt.
Sunday's Cobourg Turn has taken the siding at Lovekin to wait for a 140 that has already passed, and will now have to wait for 112 to pass before the train can proceed west to Toronto Yard.
Sunrise switching action at the west end of the Agincourt yard, as two GP9s shuffle the deck. Neat graffiti job on the saddleback caboose.
My first encounter with CP on the St Thomas sub, as the empty Frame train also known as the Sprint Train works its way down the branchline through the OSR interchange. CP 8238 and 8237 are ... (more)
My first encounter with CP on the St Thomas sub, as the empty Frame train also known as the Sprint Train works its way down the branchline at 25 mph. 8238 and 8237 are the set on this train... (more)
The CP morning yard job has finished their switching at Kinnear and is seen here heading north on the old TH&B belt line, headed for more switching in Hamilton's industrial north end. Fortunately,... (more)
The Second Emery heads back to Toronto Yard as light power.
On the approach to the diamond, CP 142 as seen is about to round the curve with 14 cars of auto parts for Oshawa.
8238 goes to Oshawa solo as trailing 8252 has failed.
Two veterans lead 142's frames into the siding at Oshawa.
CP Rail GP9u 8238 with CP Rail GP9u 8252 5-22-2006