Friday, June 22, 2012

Photo: GO on the Tracks

Back in July 2008, when the temperature in Toronto wasn't high enough to make the railway tracks themselves deform, I staked out the part of the route behind my Parkdale apartment and waited for the morning GO trains to come by. This here is a Milton Line train only a few minutes out from Union Station, and even with twelve cars being dragged behind that engine I would be surprised if there was an empty seat in any one of them. While the West Coast Express here in the Lower Mainland feels like something of a sideshow, the Greater Toronto Area would grind to a halt if it wasn't for GO.

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