The Guelph Junction Express parallels the Speed River in Guelph on a charter run for the filming of a documentary.
Aerial view of the Guelph Junction Express on it's Haiti Relief excursion parallelling Carter Rd. in a southeasterly direction, allowing the golden sunset to give us some more great glint action o... (more)
The low evening sun can't reach very far into this older residential area of Guelph but there's enough shining down the right-of-way to give a nice glint off the Guelph Junction Express as it head... (more)
Aerial shot of the Guelph Junction Express' special Haiti Earthquake Relief Train catching some nice glint as it heads out of Arkell. Unfortunately, the glint doesn't stand out much ... (more)
The Guelph Junction Express ran a special Haiti Earthquake Relief Train today, with all services donated by the parties involved and all proceeds (~$10K at final tally) being forwarded to Doctors ... (more)
CPR 8028,8031,1807 are yarding train #911 in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. I had never seen the RS-23 type units on this train before and never saw them again. CP was apparently short of power at St. Lu... (more)
The Guelph Junction Express rings in the New Year with fireworks, champagne and snow. I have to admit I've seen fireworks in winter before but not in a snowstorm. I really liked the way they lit u... (more)
HAPPY NEW YEAR! The Guelph Junction Express put on a special dinner run out of Guelph complete with fireworks and champagne at midnight at Arkell. Light snow in the air reflecting the village's li... (more)
The local freight out of Sherbrooke switches the long siding at Magog.
Night has fallen in the Speed River Valley but there's still just enough light left over from the sunset to reflect some color from 506's jet-black hood as the Guelph Junction Express "Santa Expre... (more)
The Guelph Junction Express lunch train crosses the Eramosa River on it's way back to Guelph.
I was hoping for a bit better fall colors, but at least we caught the loco leading this time.
The Guelph Junction Express crosses the Eramosa River on a beautiful fall day.
A stream of diesel smoke shoots straight into the sky as the crew of OSR 506 cross Imperial Road in Guelph, on their way to service Alpha Owens Corning, one block away.
The Guelph Junction Express rounds the bend before crossing Nassagaweya Line 1 just north of Moffat, its black locomotive shining gold in the brilliant sunset with the play of light on the front o... (more)