In 1993, the Ontario Northland expanded its operations when it took over a portion of the Canadian National’s former Canadian Northern main line from Cochrane west to Hearst and Calstock, Ontario.... (more)
The next-to-last Northlander heads south through Beaverton.
It's been over a month since the Last Ride of the Northlander. Having left one car in Gravenhurst that morning we rode the last northbound to Huntsville and returned in the afternoon on thi... (more)
Ontario Northland EMD SD75I's 2105 and 2102 make up train 113s power, backing up on track 1 adjacent to North Bay's company Diesel Shop.
After recieving some required maintenance/cleaning work at North Bay's Diesel Shop, SD75I's 2102 and 2105 catch some golden evening light as they work the turntable, arranging the consist before h... (more)
"NOT for sale" - A misleading sign at the ticket counter where upon first glance it seems as though no tickets are for sale, however this sign is in protest of the government announcement to disco... (more)
ONT 1805 + ONT 1801 idle away beside Tembec's Hearst sawmill
ONT 1805 + ONT 1801 idle way next to CN 2148 + CN 4110
Looking through pictures of the Northlander I've taken, missing it passing through Gravenhurst now that it's gone.
ONT 121 sits on light rail over 600 kilometres from home rails at Puddicombe Farms and Estate.
The last northbound Ontario Northlander Train departs Toronto Union Station for the trip to Cochrane. This service is coming to an end today when the southbound Northlander gets to Toronto as Gove... (more)
Yup. Farewell, Northlander...
The next to last Northlander heads south towards Toronto.
Cue The Doors: This really IS The End! The final scheduled Northlander pulls into Huntsville Station with the freshly-washed 1809 gleaming in the sun on point duty. This morning dawned clou... (more)