On St. Patrick's Day 2018, GEXR 431 rolls west through the Guelph city centre approaching Glasgow St. Power is SOR 3403-GEXR 3394-GEXR 3054.
A geep and a pup get to work as the OSR crew begins to switch AOC on the south industrial lead. Customers around Guelph like AOC take advantage of OSR's excellent rail service along with connectio... (more)
Meeting of the shortlines GEXR 580 is making another run up the hill after stalling out due to wet rail and heavy tonnage, meanwhile OSR sits on the south industrial waiting their turn.
GEXR local heads down the jointed rail of the Fergus Spur
SLR 806 now a slug unit originally B&O 4019
Accelerating out of Guelph and through many restricted areas, GEXR 582 is almost up to 25 mph with two D9R loads from Babcox & Wilcox.
GEXR 431 passes through control point Hanlon with the recently acquired QGRY 6908, ex Alstrom Canada leading an ex SP tunnel motor, and ex MP SD40-2
Leading for what I believe the first time, GEXR 431 throttles up approaching control point Hanlon with the recently acquired QGRY 6908, ex Alstrom Canada leading
Ex Canadian National 9431, now GEXR 3030, leads 3 other EMDs through control point Hanlon
The second of three Canada 150 wrapped F40s makes it way through Guelph Jct.
GEXR 431 rolls through Guelph Jct. at Alma Street with a pair of ex SP units up front
Slug set, 806 and 3806, work XV yard where they will then head to the Jct. and take the Fergus Spur towards Cambridge
GEXR 431 cruises by Kent st with a fairly large train in tow.
After working the Lower Yard, 8235 North is on the move towards the industrial end of Guelph.
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)