Well there you have it folks! Finally two of the units have been painted into the Vale Mining scheme with five more yet to come. These units have more represent more than just what their paint sho... (more)
One of Canadian National's big boy steamers on display in downtown Toronto as many tourists spectate it's design as it sits tight on the turn-table.
A pair of soon to be Vale Mining, SD80ACe's mingle in TMC waiting to be painted before heading to Brazil. Merry Christmas!
As a volunteer at the THRA in downtown Toronto you can see it has it's benefits such as getting in the cab and being a tour-guide like figure showing people the interior and giving them the facts ... (more)
CN 6077 sits on display way up in Capreol, Ontario along side a whole bunch of Inco mining electric engines and other railway paraphernalia.
The Canadian makes a late appearance into the snow covered town of Washago, Ontario up in cottage country.
Another successful sunrise in the city of Toronto exposing the hotshot, "slick" expressway. This train is usually a nocturnal run through Toronto but due to the beautiful rising sun this photo was... (more)
It has been around 10 years since I have been up to the quaint township of Tottenham, Ontario. I can remember the steam train going by my Aunt's house from less than 100 feet from this spot. Sure ... (more)
CP 968 with 5995 continuous welded rail train clear to begin/end CTC siding Guelph Junction to meet 243 and 441 that got a straight shot the OCS into London. I personally think this turned out qui... (more)
CN 4132 heads southward down the old rickety Newmarket sub that is jointed rail hauling 5 tankers through a beautiful scene of snow covered pine trees really making it feel like the holidays!
A BCOL leads CN 399 through Vaughn on a hot summer evening.
A pair of SD40-2's struggle to crest the Niagara escarpment as heavy snow batters everything within it's grasp. The real dangers are applicable when visibility is reduced.
The RDC's eventually depart the yard and as they do a locol rail buff snaps a photo while his daughter notices something catchy about the train.
The last Via 84 of July that would stop in Stratford waits as an impressive 50 plus passengers board the train early in the morning as storm clouds prevail in the west.