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  1. VIA 904-72

    VIA 904-72

    VIA 904, with Toronto bound train 72, prepares for departure from Windsor (Walkerville).
  2. Tamper

    Tamper

    Another view of the Tamper. Windsor & Hantsport Railway Co. Windsor, Nova Scotia.
  3. Tamper

    Tamper

    This Tamper appears to be serviceable if in need of some paint. It is on Windsor & Hantsport Railway Co. property in Windsor, Nova Scotia.
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    Canadian Pacific, Windsor Port and Borealis Are Partners in Public Private Coalition

    This news was issued June 17, 2010 in Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, by a coalition I'm affiliated with: - - - - - - - - - - - The Windsor Port Authority, along with Borealis Infrastructure, a division of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS), and Canadian Pacific (CP) have...
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    Detroit-Windsor replacement rail tunnel: Sized for AutoMax + double-stack containers

    This news was issued June 17, 2010 in Detroit and Windsor, Ontario, by a coalition I'm affiliated with: - - - - - - - - - - - The Windsor Port Authority, along with Borealis Infrastructure, a division of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS), and Canadian Pacific (CP) have...
  6. VIA 912-72 EAST

    VIA 912-72 EAST

    The orange vested head end crew are returning from a coffee run before beginning the Windsor to Toronto journey of VIA train 72. GM's world headquarters building looms off in the distance in downtown Detroit November 30/2009.
  7. CP 8833-158 EAST

    CP 8833-158 EAST

    CP 8838 leads CP9021/CEFX1038 with CSX Oak Yard Detroit to Montreal train 158 at mile 99 on the CP's Windsor Sub March 20/2008.
  8. VIA 6414 F40PH-2

    VIA 6414 F40PH-2

    Affectionately known as "The Turd" VIA 6414 is painted up in less than flattering Loto-Qubec scheme. "The Chicken with the Golden Eggs" prepares to lead Windsor-Toronto train 72 December 17/2007.
  9. CP 6003-X904 EAST

    CP 6003-X904 EAST

    CP 6003 charges eastward with Extra 904 at Haycroft Ontario, mile 86 on the CP's Windsor Sub. Trailing are the hard working 4703(M636)/5580(SD40-2)/4714(M636). January 3/1987
  10. VIA 6439-72 EAST

    VIA 6439-72 EAST

    VIA 6439 prepares to lead Windsor to Toronto train 72 on a rather cold winter's day. The skyline of Detroit Michigan provides a big city backdrop to this scene.
  11. VIA 907-72 EAST

    VIA 907-72 EAST

    VIA 907 with Windsor to Toronto train 72 readies for departure.
  12. VIA 914-72 EAST

    VIA 914-72 EAST

    VIA 914 with train 72 readies to depart Windsor for the daily run to Toronto.
  13. The Ocean

    The Ocean

    Via's #15 roars through Windsor Junction on her way to Montreal. 6411 leads 6408 (Spiderman). In the foreground is the start of the Dartmouth Sub.
  14. CP JEANETTE ONTARIO

    CP JEANETTE ONTARIO

    CP grade crossing at Jeanette Ontario mile 76.1 on the CP's Windsor Sub. March 29/08
  15. CP 6705 at WINDSOR ONTARIO

    CP 6705 at WINDSOR ONTARIO

    Three boys look on as a CP 200 ton work crane tries to get the 6705 back on its trucks. The 6705 was loading a cut of cars onto a car ferry on the Detroit River (to the right) when word came from the CP yard (to the left) that a cut of cars had gotten loose and was headed downhill towards them...
  16. VIA 905-72 EAST

    VIA 905-72 EAST

    VIA 905 with daily Windsor to Toronto train 72 crosses the Little River enroute to its destination some 3 hours and 45 minutes to the east.
  17. VIA 919-72 EAST

    VIA 919-72 EAST

    Ice fog swirls around the skyscrapers of downtown Detroit Michigan as VIA 919 prepares train 72 for its daily Windsor to Toronto run.
  18. GO 514 EAST

    GO 514 EAST

    Always short on power, Canadian Pacific would often lease GO (Government of Ontario) commuter locomotives for weekend use. Here we see the 514 and the 510 leading Windsor to Montreal train 904 out of the CP's Windsor Yard. Trailing are CP 4218 (C424), CP 5001 (one of two GP30's on CP), CSX 3115...
  19. B&O 4057 EAST

    B&O 4057 EAST

    B&O 4057 with CSX train 934 exits the Canadian side of the 1909 built Detroit River Tunnel. The tunnel was built by the Michigan Central Railroad and it's subsequent owners have been the NYC, PC, CR, CN, CP and now an investment consortium. CP runs it's Montreal/Toronto to Chicago trains via...
  20. N&W 3725/3666 F7A

    N&W 3725/3666 F7A

    The Wabash Railway and subsequently the N&W and the NS had operating rights over various railroads in Canada since 1898. They ran from Buffalo to Detroit through Ontario providing a bridge route between New York and Michigan. It was known as the Buffalo Division. This agreement was...



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