580 rolled the rail at London Road derailing KRL 300302 and a number of hoppers. This is a close-up of the derailed B-end of the car.
Via 85, "The International" heads through Guelph toward Chicago almost exactly a year before the train was cancelled April 23, 2004.
GEXR 431 comes back from Toronto with CSXT 4838 and 4836 on their trials.
Ontario Southland Railway's daily road switcher to Guelph wraps up its work at plastics transloading facility PDI and heads South.
CSX' new SD70ACes ran 100-hour running tests on the GEXR in part of July. On July 4th, they ran light to Toronto and came back with a good number of cars later in the afternoon.
the bug-splattered nose of VIA #6400. What says a Canadian spring more than this?
RCP - rare mileage passenger special in early morning fog
CP 1401, 1900 and 3084 roll northbound towards the town of Guelph
Early days of railfanning in the wet
RLK 4096 and LLPX 2210 lead 11 brand new GM JT42CWR Class 66s through Guelph on their way to Halifax harbour to be shipped to the UK for EW&S. The GM moves are some of the most elusive on the Guel... (more)
GEXR's Statford Yard engine takes a scenic tour on the through train to CN Toronto Mac yard and back.
Ontario Southland Railway engine OSRX 181 and Goderich-Exeter Railway Company engine LLPX 2210 practice their rule 105 training on their shared industrial trackage in North Guelph.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. ETR #9 is seen here trailing the train back down the Fergus sub toward Hespeler.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. RLK 1400 is seen here leading the ETR #9 excursion back down toward Hespeler.
The Telus engine returned an empty train to Toronto at the end of a very unusual parade of Eastbounds on the normally quiet Guelph sub.