A brand new ES44AC leads empty ethanol train 627 west towards the small community of Ayr. The bright red of 9356 really contrasts the grungy paint of the seventeen year old 9551 trailing.
SOO 6061 leads CEFX 2786 across the bridge at Galt with mixed freight up front and 81 empty ethanol cans on the rear.
Believe it or not there are four units and 81 empties behind the mass of snow being kicked up by CP 6010 at 50 MPH.
A SOO SD60 covers a pair of CSX GEs on the approach to Kinnear Yard as the sun rises behind them.
CP 627 highballs over the west siding switch Lobo with a colourful lashup.
Luck is all you need sometimes. Me and a few buddies chased this 627 from Guelph Junction to this location on a essentially cloudy afternoon. As soon as we saw this guy turn around the bend down t... (more)
SOO 6061 leads CEFX 2786 across the bridge in Progresston, Ontario, with a unit ethanol train behind it.
After pulling out of Puslinch a miracle happened. With pretty much overcast conditions the sun came out exactly as this widecab Soo came into focal length making for another legendary day out on t... (more)
SOO 6061 & CEFX 2786 (ex-UP/SP) leads CP 627 (a westbound Ethanol train) about to stop to hold at the east siding switch Puslinch for an eastbound The London Pickup with an engineer on his very la... (more)
SOO 6061 & CEFX 2786 (ex-UP/SP) leads CP 627 (a westbound Ethanol train) through Mile 54 of the CP Galt Subdivision with a surprising leader!
Seeing a SOO SD60M leading was quite the treat this afternoon on the Galt sub! SOO 6061 approaches ESS PUS where he will go into the siding and wait for the London Pickup, who's hogger will be mak... (more)
CP 6060, CITX 3079, CITX 2804 (ex-UP) & ICE 6415 lead CP 627 westbound through the very first crossing on the Galt Subdivision that is a horn zone.
CP 6060 gets back to track speed after completing the final leg of the Hamilton Subdivision, and enetering the OCS territory of the Galt.
CP 627 - empty ethanol, departs Guelph Jct with two CSX units trailing, having just come off the Hamilton Sub.
A little over 14 hours ago, we shot this train at dawn at the same place with no crew!! Go figure, as it had a trio of blue and yellows.