An SD90/43MAC leads 220 off the Mactier Subdivision bound for Toronto Yard.
These 2 units, plus a trailing NREX (ex-Burlington Northern SD40-2) 8092 arrived just before 3am from Toronto. I figured I had missed them, as they would be burried in one of the yards lining the ... (more)
CP 220 flies down the Mactier Sub, passing the 9th line wooden bridge with 2 Big Mac's up front.
CP 220 hustles south doing track speed which is approx 65mph as it shoots through one of the most scenic places I have even been to on the CPR grid. Railfanning in the countryside in the fall has ... (more)
CP 220 makes his way along the North Toronto sub with potent power.
The first train ordered to run through Sudbury and get the workday under way with a large lift of raw materials.
A pure GMD lashup muscles a long train en-route to Toronto yard.
A pair of macs pull 114's freight on a frigid winter morning and will fit 4000 feet of intermodal a mile away.
A pair of GE products lean into the curve off of Islington Ave. in Vaughn Ontario. Note the mismatched number boards on the leader.
CP 9147 - CP 6006 are coming downgrade in full dynamic brake through the super-elevated "S" curve with 102 cars as CP 9100 - CP 9158 crawl uphill with 90 cars on train #101.
A pair of elly style small Pacmans lead 220 under the Halton Subdivision with a solid train of grain cars.
Passing southbound through Waubamik, Ontario, on CN's Bala Sub, CP 9002 leads five SD40-2's and 220's train towards Boyne and connection to CP's Parry Sound Sub. This nondescript siding on CN's tr... (more)
The sizzling summer days are coming as emphasized by the amount of heat waves rising along the RoW, not so much can be said for this summer's freight traffic.
I spy with my little eye something that is red........
CP 220 accelerates out of Nipigon after meeting 103 and can be seen here crossing the abandonded CN Kinghorn Subdivision