Today's post is a bit long, considering that I took a lot of photos at the Royal Ontario Museum.
So today we start out with some morning railfanning from our hotel room. This is the flat end of a Union Pearson Express heading towards Pearson Airport.
This was our Toronto Rocket subway arriving.
This is our train departing Museum Station.
This is a Toronto Rocket leaving St Andrew's station.
This is one of the older T1 cars that are in use on the Green Line. It's very noisy!
Speaking of which, this is the Scarborough RT arriving at Kennedy Station.
This is the SRT leaving Lawrence East.
This is the SRT arriving at Lawrence East Station
This video shows the SRT on the approach to Kennedy GO Station.
And this is that very same train departing.
The newer cars have the names of the stations painted on the side. For example, this car has McCowan painted on the side, which is the end station.
Here we have our T1 car departing.
We were back at Union Station to see if we could find a Bombardier Flexity Outlook. Eventually, we were successful, but first we have some CLRVs.
Here is another CLRV rounding the curve.
The Flexities use trolley poles instead of pantographs, because the CLRVs and the ALRVs use heritage trolley catenaries.
Well, I promised it in my first post, so here we go.