With changes to the routing of trains 255/254 (which will soon become Windsor, ON - Binghamton, NY runs) this will eliminate the need of 540/541 "The Hamilton Turn" which operated from London - We... (more)
Its Hammer time! After completing the necessary work a few miles south at Barnes, CP 5957 accelerates a trio of Canada's finest up the Hamilton Subdivision towards Guelph Junction with Welland-Lon... (more)
Running only a few miles behind CP 255, a fresh looking pair of EMD GP38-2s pass through a farmers field on the northern section of the Hamilton Subdivison with light power as train 541. Upon arri... (more)
CP 541 proceeds north to Guelph Junction on the Hamilton Sub with a decent sized train
The "Ham Turn" runs light from Kinnear Yard to points further west.
The "Ham Turn" with a pair of bright red rebuilt GP38-2s, hustles westward on the Galt Sub.
There's quite a contrast between these two units, note that 3057 is now off to be rebuilt.
CP 8209 leads the "Ham Turn" out of Guelph Junction, and towards Galt.
CP 3111 and 3057 make a set off on the Ayr Spur. 3111 is a recently released GP38-2 rebuild which contrasts quite nicely with 3057.
CP 541, coined the Hamilton Turn waits in the double-track CTC section of Hamilton to meet southbound ethanol train 626 before heading up the hill for Guelph Junction.
CP's 'Ham Turn' departs Guelph Jct, with a good string of new cars from Hamilton.
CP 541's power sits next to the Kinnear Yard power.
CP's Ham Turn crew is nearly home as they head towards London's Quebec St. yard.
The "Ham Turn" heads towards London on a sunny, yet very windy, February evening.