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Aldershot Yard
March 25 2016 A set of switching locomotives wait for the next assignment. Aldershot is an important year for CN Ontario operations west of Toronto. Trains to and from the USA at Fort Erie and Sarnia pass through here. The older Oakville sub to Toronto has GO and VIA passenger which also stop here. The Halton Sub to Toronto diverges a couple of mile to the east and all freight trains take it.
Brampton Intermodal Terminal Check In
Here is the truck check in point at CN B..I.T. CN-BIT is the most important intermodal yard in Toronto.
CN 2632 at Clifton
Hamilton Stuart Street Yard
Photo 2007-10-20 In 1997 CN subcontracted with Raillink to operate local trains around Hamilton. They operated as railink Hamilton Harbor based in the Stuart Street Yard. Railink was acquired by RailAmerica which was acquired by G(and) W . The CN lease ended in 2018 and CN has resumed all Hamilton operations.
Metals Distribution Centre - Hamilton
Oakville Yard May 31 2008
Train 435 - Toronto MacYar to London - is dropping off cars at the CN Oakville Ontario yard.
Port Rob inson Yard December 2005
Crew Change at Port Robinson Ontario
Port Robinson December 2005
Crew change at Port Robinson. Despite the Union Pacific power this was a Norfolk Southern train that was operated by CN from Buffalo to Ford St Thomas.
Port Robinson Ont.
April 1 2019. Port Robinson is near Niagara Falls on the line to the International Bridge at Fort Erie. Mile 21.9 Stamford Sub.
Train 435 enters Aldershot Yard
Aldershot Yard Brampton Intermodal Terminal  Check In CN 2632 at Clifton Hamilton Stuart Street Yard Metals Distribution Centre - Hamilton Oakville Yard May 31 2008 Port Rob inson Yard December 2005 Port Robinson December 2005 Port Robinson Ont. Train 435 enters Aldershot Yard
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