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CP 234-15 at Port Hope, Ontario : http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

CN M30831 15 at Newtonville, Ontario : http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

GO 269 clearing the West Toronto Interlocking as CP 255 waits on the Galt Sub for a signal across : http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

CP GZS-09 at the Oak St crossing, Mile 4.64 MacTier Sub : http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

GO 938 knocking down the Advance Clear to Limited signal on track 2 after making their station stop at Clarkson a few minutes before : http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

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OSRX 8235, ex CP 8235 leads the daily local back from Guelph with cars to be lifted by the London Pickup at the junction a few hours after.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

CP 241 making it's continued assault on the hill in Campbellville with a brand new GEVO leading.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

CN P08531 07 crossing the Credit River bridge at Georgetown, the second span's been up for a while but the second track isn't in place just yet and as you can see there is room to put a third span in the near future.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/51593483@N06/...tream/lightbox/

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I've been wondering - for freight trains, how do you people know when and where is the best time and place to get shots of trains? Is there a schedule for them, or do you just make your way over to a random area and hope a train passes by? I kind of want to get into railfanning, but I have no clue how to begin... And what are some ideal locations in the GTA to railfan?

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...Is there a schedule for them, or do you just make your way over to a random area and hope a train passes by? I kind of want to get into railfanning, but I have no clue how to begin...

There's no schedule for freight trains, and for me, I would just stand there and wait... Best way to begin railfanning, is to catch passenger trains, since they are scheduled.

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There's no schedule for freight trains, and for me, I would just stand there and wait...

So you have to leave it to fate? Lovely...

Best way to begin railfanning, is to catch passenger trains, since they are scheduled.

I've already kind of done that with GO Transit. I'm more interested in freight operations, though.

In the GTA, where would be the ideal place to railfan?

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