OK, here are a few pics from our (my youngest son & I) visit to Bayview Junction around noon on June 9. We had no trouble at all finding the footbridge/viewing area and I was surprised at the number of people "camped out" on the bridge with lawn chairs, cameras, walkie talkies, etc. Almost immediately a CN freight train appeared and, in the first hour, we'd seen at least 6 CN freight trains. It felt like we were watching some large, massive, large-scale layout -- in fact, we were! :mrgreen::mrgreen: For examaple, it was great seeing a loco (by itself) waiting until a freight train passed through, then watching the loco shunt back and forth. In the end, we saw some 9 trains. All were CN freight trains except for one VIA train. It averaged one train every 6 or 7 minutes. It was also neat watching a train in the distance, on the other side of the harbor, snaking its way toward us. The picturesque setting (Royal Botanical Gardens) certainly adds to the appeal of this setting -- much better than an industrial area! Two locos seemed very unusual -- almost like they had "hammer-head" tops! The locos were numbered 2685 & 2686. The very last pic shows one of these locos, which appeared unusual to me. Does anyone know what kind this is? Here are the pics -- enjoy!