In glorious morning sunshine, we get a view from two different manufactures. The London built GP9 is still soldering on living a second life on the Ontario Southland Railway, the Montreal built RS... (more)
VIA 915 leads some Ren coaches on train 95 for Niagara Falls. The 9x series Toronto-Niagara VIA trains have since been cut from the schedule.
After working the Lower Yard, 8235 North is on the move towards the industrial end of Guelph.
A classic VIA F40PH-2 in yellow leads seven stainless steel coaches out of Aldershot Station.
CP 441 with 5990 and 9001 struggle up the grade at Campbellville in a snow squall.
TRRY 1859 leads four cars from Feeder through WH Yard on the Canal Spur. The unit will leave the cars on the main and run light power to Port Colborne and a second unit will lift the cars to take ... (more)
TRRY 1859 leads four cars out of Feeder Yard on the Canal Spur. The unit will leave the cars on the main and run light power to Port Colborne and a second unit will lift the cars to take to Wellan... (more)
Flag stop! We are aboard ACR train #1 in May of 1988 and we have just made a flag stop to let off passengers near Trout Lake. The ACR was the only way to get to many of these remote locations.
ACR train #1, led by FP7 1756 is about to depart Sault Ste. Marie on a gloomy day in November of 1996.
With fall in the air, QGRY 2008 adds some orange colour to the surrounding colourful foliage. 580 is seen heading back to XV yard after working Traxxside further up the track. The crew will gather... (more)
This afternoon has OSR running an extra to play catch up after a very hard week on the GJR. 1591 South has just past Corwhin with 4 loaded lube oil cars from PDI Liquid. Easy work for this lone ac... (more)
CP 147 with a rare CN leader rolls by Pushlinch. CP 8941 was in there area but no luck!
CP 420 pulls past the historic CP White River station. Trains now change crews further ahead closer to the bunk house.
CP 421 trundles through Heron Bay with a little bit of everything for freight.
CP 112 hammers across the west switch at Marathon with a shorter 7800' train.