YDHR 3612 prepares to take a five car consist to Stouffville GO station and return.
YDHR's work train heads out of their yard to drop ties along the line where needed, for replacement.
YDHR 3612 breaks the silence in Goodwood, ON with a passenger excursion.
The York Durham Heritage Railway's yard at Uxbridge is home to three Alcos, No. 3612 is the one pictured here, along with retired passenger cars, cabooses and maintenance equipment, all of which i... (more)
YDHR 3611 sits infront of Uxbridge Station with three passenger cars and a wooden caboose. Next departure is scheduled for 1430 on the dot.
Just like the days of the old: An Alco RS11 splits the property of H.H. Goode and Sons Feed and Farm Supplies in two as it departs Uxbridge Station for a Sunday excursion.
YDHR 3612 idles in Uxbridge after switching around a few cars. YDHR 1310 on the left has certainly seen better days on this line.
YDHR 22 heads over to the end of the yard to couple up a flat car of ties for its work train.
YDHR's other active Alco, YDHR 22, shuffles around in Uxbridge Yard. It would be another hour before the work convoy of hi-rail truck and train departed for Goodwood.
A rare work train is about to leave the Uxbridge yard this morning with an oddball set up. The train had a hi-rail truck run in front of it and dropped ties every mile or so down the line.
YDHR 3612 idles away in Uxbridge Yard. She rides on AAR-B lightweight road trucks, commonly seen on Alco's across North America.
YDHR 22 sits on display at Uxbridge Station.
One of the YDHR's pair of RS-3s at rest on a Saturday morning in Uxbridge
YDHR's RS-11 sits with boarded-over windows to protect the replacement windows installed because some local punk(s) decided to bust out the old ones one night.
Piston work on YHDR 3612, an ALCO RS-11, has put roadswitcher 22 onto the main track for some work outside the yard for a change. It's early on Saturday morning, but the yard is a buzz with worke... (more)