The chug of a pair of MLW's echo off the buildings in downtown Guelph and over the Speed River as the southbound train brings traffic from the interchange at the north end town to PDI at the south... (more)
The OSR Rare Miles Extra accelerates over a small rise in the tracks at the first runby at Guelph.
Where else could you find two matched RS-23's? Two old CP veterans now reside on the quaint little OSR and look great in their TH&B- inspired paint. Taken on OSR property with permission.
A little of the old Chessie peeking through. Photo taken with permission
Photo taken on the first of 2 run pasts of the Guelph Historical Railway Assn. rare mileage tour of the Guelph Junction Railway.
ev Vermont RR 101, ex B&M RDC's being refitted for excursion service on the OSR at Guelph Jct.
OSR 504 chugs south along the former CP Goderich Sub with 4 cars in tow, approaching Guelph Junction on a cold and blustery February afternoon.
Sitting out in the sun by the diesel shed looking pretty, former BC Rail M420W 647 looks to all the world like she's still in British Columbia working for her former owner, and not halfway across ... (more)
Ontario Southland 502 crossing Tillson ave with a string of hoppers loaded with salt
Northbound in a winter wonderland. With just 2 tankers and a caboose, OSR 182 and 505 don't have to work hard to keep this train on the move, heading north from Campbellville to Guelph to intercha... (more)
Heading towards Ingersoll from Salford
OSRX 383 and 644 prepare to push a lift of cars down the spur to the PetroCanada refinery from Clarkson Yard. This contract is now operated by Railserve.
On its first passenger-carrying run the Guelph Junction Express dinner train makes the return trip to Guelph passing by Sharpe's Farm Supply in Moffatt
On its first passenger-carrying run the Guelph Junction Express's dinner train makes the return trip to Guelph just before sunset passing by a solitary, disinterested cow.
This is the inaugural (revenue) run of the Guelph Junction Express. It did a test run or two beforehand.