ONR 1805, the only GP38-2 in the Ontario Northland roster still in the yellow and blue Chevrons scheme, makes it's way past the signal bridge at the old Cabin D location with a 697 ready to load p... (more)
Today's southbound Northlander featured the ever-regal 1805, captured here at the south mileboard to Martins Siding. This used to be the location of a previous siding known as Mallard Siding, long... (more)
Caught this train on its southbound journey yesterday as 698. Would have missed it today as it was running a bit early, but my dog (who likes train-watching as much as she likes car rides) heard i... (more)
Having been out of town for a few days (to give away my daughter's hand in marriage) I was pleased to see a canary-nosed GP40 leading the Northlander again, helping to brighten up a dead-looking l... (more)
ONR 698 - ONR 1805 is now in the VTMC portion of Willowbrook Yard and wyeing the train so the GO Transit coach can be brought up northbound for refurbishing on ONR 697.
ONR 698 - ONR 1805 from Cochrane, ON heads westbound on The Canadian National Oakville Subdivision through Islington Ave. This train will slow down and reverse into Willowbrook Yard where it will ... (more)
698 with recently washed, chevron paint schemed 1805 leading hits the big curve at Utterson on its way south to Toronto. A few days ago while leading 697 north on the Bala Sub 1805 caught a turkey... (more)
697 approaches the south end of Huntsville, passing by Lake Vernon which is now 99% ice-free.
698 leans into the superelevated curve at Utterson on what turned into a nice spring day. The previous morning we woke up to snow covering the ground but it mostly has disappeared now.
A bit of green is starting to show through the brown as the fields come back to life for another season. 698 has just crossed over the same creek that took out a fifteen-foot wide chunk of Old Mus... (more)
Southbound out of Huntsville on the advertised.
1805 leads the Northlander southbound approaching Mile 149 on the CN Newmarket Sub, just north of Huntsville.
Canary-nose 2200 crosses over Bracebridge Falls behind Silver Bridge as work on the generating station continues below.
1805 leads the Northlander over a landscape that's beginning to emerge from it's covering of snow.
The Northlander glides across the South Branch of the Muskoka River on a sunny spring day, led by a bright yellow GP40-2.