This morning, just as I was leaving for my first appointment of the day, Canadian Pacific train 246 south rolled through town. I intercepted it at River Road on my way to St. Catharines for said appointment.
My next three appointments were all in Hamilton. When I got there I found myself with some time before my first appointment. I also heard Canadian Pacific empty ethanol train 641 north approaching Desjardins. Unfortunately I didn't make it to the York Boulevard high level bridge in time for it. However, as luck would have it, the Hamilton turn was following not far behind.
During this time Canadian National train 331 was switching Southern Ontario Railway's yard in Hamilton. I had a bit of time so I drove past Aldershot. The tail end of train 422 was there, but nothing worth photographing. I decided to head back to Dundas to photograph 331.
Later on, after lunch and two appointments, I found myself with another hour before my last appointment. I was nearby Southern Ontario Railway's yard again so I dropped by in time to see both RLK 3873 and NECR 3840 switching the west end of the yard.
After the final appointment of the day I drove back home to greet Missy, who was happy to see me as always.