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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR ES44AC 9358



9358 is a brand new ES44AC for CP on its delivery trip to Toronto Yard.

Questo locomotore fa parte della nuova serie 93xx ordinata da CP e lo vediamo qui nel viaggio di consegna dallo stabilimento General Electric di Erie, Pennsylvania a Toronto.
Andrea ZaratinMar 08, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR ES44AC 8889 / CPR AC4400CW 9710 / CPR SD40-2 5919 / CPR ES44AC 9358

Andrea ZaratinMar 08, 2012
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TTXOTTX 911681Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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TTXOTTX 912683Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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TTXOTTX 974597Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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TTXOTTX 975623Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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TTXOTTX 994410Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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TTXTTX 9729Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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TTXOTTX 97266Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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TTXGTX 940752Andrea ZaratinMar 06, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRNKCP 3944

Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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SOO LineSOO Line 801560

Look out for a surprise at the end of this train!
Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR ES44AC 8855 / CPR AC4400CW 9662



This train has a surprise at the end!
Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR ES44AC 8952



New power for this westbound stack train!
Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR ES44AC 8956



Brand new power for CP! The 89xx series GEs were delivered fall 2011 and are just like the previous ES44ACs except for a few details, such as the road number plates located on top of the cab and the slightly different light configuration on the back.
Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR ES44AC 8956



Brand new power for CP!
Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR AC4400CW 9669 / CPR ES44AC 8956 / CEFX AC44CW 1018 / CPR AC4400CW 9632 / CPR SD40-2 6075

Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR ES44AC 8808 / CPR AC4400CW 9773

Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Saskatchewan Grain Car CorporationSKPX 625409Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRPROX 35707Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR SD40-2 6072 / CPR SD40-2 5765



"The Expressway" travelling eastbound on the North Toronto sub.
Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRKPWXAndrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRKPWXAndrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR GP9 8208 / CPR GP9 8233

Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012
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Canadian Pacific Railways - CPRCPR GP9 8208

Andrea ZaratinMar 05, 2012

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CN Canadian National Railways

Canadian National railway - CN / Wikipedia

The Canadian National Railway (CN; AAR reporting marks CN, CNA, CNIS) is a Canadian Class I railway operated by the Canadian National Railway Company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec.
CN is the largest railway in Canada, in terms of both revenue and the physical size of its rail network and is currently Canada's only transcontinental railway company, spanning Canada from the Atlantic coast in Nova Scotia to the Pacific coast in British Columbia. It also has extensive trackage in the central United States along the Mississippi River valley from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico.
The railway was referred to as the Canadian National Railways (CNR) between 1918 and 1960 and as Canadian National/Canadien National (CN) from 1960 to present.

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Southern Ontario Railway - SOR

Southern Ontario Railway (RLHH) is a RailAmerica company, it includes two unconnected sections. One section runs about 56 miles from Brantford to Nanticoke. Start-up was in September 1997. There is an interchange with CN at Brantford.
The Hamilton terminal portion started in December 1997. It runs for four miles accessing the Port of Hamilton and connects with both CN and CP at Hamilton. It services the industrial basin in Hamilton.

These two branches comprising Southern Ontario Railway handle a broad range of commodities including petroleum products, metals, steel and plastics, chemicals, grain and forest products. RLHH is a Rail America company.


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AMT - Agence métropolitaine de transport


Agence métropolitaine de transport - Wikipedia (fr)
Agence métropolitaine de transport - Wikipedia (en)

L'Agence métropolitaine de transport, communément appelée AMT, est une agence gouvernementale, rattachée au ministère des Transports du Québec. Elle fut créée le 15 décembre 1995 par la Loi sur l'Agence métropolitaine de transport et commença ses activités le 1er janvier 19961. Son rôle est d'accroître les services de transports collectifs afin d'améliorer les déplacements des usagers dans la grande région métropolitaine de Montréal, Québec, Canada.

The Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT; English: Metropolitan Transportation Agency) (reporting mark AMT) is the umbrella organization that plans, integrates, and coordinates public transportation services across Canada's Greater Montreal Region, including the Island of Montreal, Laval (Île Jésus), and communities along both the North Shore of the Rivière des Mille-Îles and the South Shore of the St. Lawrence River. It was created in 1996, replacing the STCUM's commuter rail service. The AMT operates Montreal's commuter rail and express bus services.
AMT's territory spans 63 municipalities and one native reserve, 13 regional county municipalities, and 21 transit authorities. It serves a population of approximately 3.7 million people who make more than 750,000 trips daily in the 4258.97 km² area radiating from the City of Montreal.
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CPR Canadian Pacific Railways


Canada Pacific Railway - CPR / Wikipedia
A short history of Canadian lines.
CPR is a private company and built the railway from Montreal to Vancouver in the 1880s. A couple of government owned lines built competing lines to the south of the CPR and were combined into the CNR (government owned) in the 1920s. In some cases the CPR & CNR lines almost next to each other, particularly in Ontario. In the 1980s & 1990s, some branch lines were too expensive to operate with unionized crews, so both CN &CP sold these off to what we call Short-lines such as RailAmerica. During the 1970s there was a decline in passenger trains and both CN & CP discontinued passenger trains and the government of Canada set up VIA Rail to operate passenger trains using the CN & CP tracks. GO Transit (operated by the Ontario Provincial Government) runs trains on CN & CP tracks into Toronto from the west, north & south.

The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR; AAR reporting marks CP, CPAA, CPI), known as CP Rail between 1968 and 1996, is a Canadian Class I railway operated by Canadian Pacific Railway Limited. Its rail network stretches from Vancouver to Montreal, and also serves major cities in the United States such as Minneapolis, Chicago, and New York City. Its headquarters are in Calgary, Alberta.


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GEXR Goderich-Exeter RailwayGoderich-Exeter Railway - GEXR / Wikipedia
The Goderich–Exeter Railway (reporting mark GEXR) is a short line freight railway that operates around 181 miles (291 km)[1] of track in Southern Ontario. Created in 1992,[1] it was the first short line railway in Canada to be purchased from a class I railway, in this case Canadian National Railway (CN). It took over operation of further CN trackage in 1998. As of 2004, the railway has 44 employees. Its headquarters, formerly in Goderich, were moved to Kitchener in December 1998.
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GO Transit
GO Transit



GO Transit (AAR reporting marks GOT) is the interregional public transit system serving the conurbation in Ontario, Canada referred to by Metrolinx as the "Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area" (GTHA) and extending to several communities beyond it. GO carries over 50 million passengers a year using an extensive network of train and bus services; rail service is provided by diesel locomotives pulling trains of unpowered double-deck passenger cars, while most bus service is provided by inter-city coaches.


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Skytrain - Translink

TransLink (legally the South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority) is the organization responsible for the regional transportation network of Metro Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada, including public transport and major roads and bridges.
TransLink was created in 1998 (then called the Greater Vancouver Transportation Authority, or GVTA) and fully implemented in April 1999 by the Government of British Columbia to replace BC Transit in the Greater Vancouver Regional District (now Metro Vancouver) and assume many transportation responsibilities previously held by the provincial government. TransLink is responsible for various modes of transportation in the Metro Vancouver region.
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SOO Line


SOO Line Railroad - Wikipedia

The Soo Line Railroad (AAR reporting marks SOO) is the United States arm of the Canadian Pacific Railway, serving Chicago and the areas to the east and west. Formerly
known as Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railway (and commonly known as the Soo Line after the phonetic pronunciation of Sault), the present name was adopted
as a trade name in 1950. In late 1960 the company was consolidated with several subsidiaries and reorganized under the current name.

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TRHC - Toronto Railway Heritage Centre


Toronto Railway Heritage Centre - Wikipedia

The Toronto Railway Historical Association (TRHA) was established in 2001. It is incorporated and is a Federally registered charity. Its primary purpose is to promote the development of the Toronto Railway Heritage Centre, which will:
-Communicate the history of railways in Toronto
-Identify, celebrate and facilitate the study of the creative, technological, social and industrial achievements of Torontonians who have contributed to the development of railways in Canada
-Assemble, conserve and preserve artifacts and objects relating to the development of the railway industry
-Undertake research to construct and maintain a comprehensive record of Toronto’s railway history
-Make that record available to Canada and the world via internet technology

Il Toronto Railway Heritage Centre (trad. Centro per la storia ferroviaria di Toronto) è un'associazione di appassionati che si occupa del restauro, in alcuni casi anche funzionale, di rotabili che fanno parte della storia del trasporto ferroviario in Canada. L'associazione ha sede presso l'ex deposito lcomotive CP di John Street, ora incorporato in un parco chiamato Roundhouse Park (trad. Parco del deposito circolare) dove i rotabili sono in esposizione, assieme al fabbricato viaggiatori di una piccola stazione che si trovava vicino a Toronto, utilizzato come stazione di partenza per i modelli a vapore che circolano nel parco.
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TTC - Toronto Transit Commission

Toronto Transit Commission - TTC / Wikipedia

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is a public transport authority that operates buses, streetcars, subways, and rapid transit lines in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The TTC operates 149 surface transit routes, of which 148 routes make 243 connections with a subway or rapid transit station during weekday rush hours. In 2007, the TTC carried 1.5 million passengers per day, and there were 459,769,000 passenger trips in total. The TTC employed 11,235 personnel in 2007.


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VIA Rail Canada


VIA Rail Canada - Wikipedia

VIA Rail Canada (also referred to as VIA Rail and VIA; pronounced /ˈviːə/ 'vee-ah') is an independent Crown corporation offering intercity passenger rail services in Canada.
VIA Rail Canada operates 480 trains in eight Canadian provinces (exceptions are Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island) over a network of 14,000 kilometres (8,700 mi) of track spanning the country from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from the Great Lakes to Hudson Bay. VIA Rail carries approximately four million passengers annually

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