A few of the OSR's horses sit idle outside the shops in Salford. *Taken on property with full consent from employees*
After lifting a single car from St. Thomas, the Cami Turn heads east to lift cars to interchange with CP.
There's a wide range of power on the OSR, just located outside the shops from left to right we have a RS23 RS18U GP9 SW1200 and another GP9, leaving the better stuff inside the shops.
One of a few high-hood GP's sit in the shop tracks in Salford.
A crew member observes as the OSR pulls into Beachville where it will setoff a cut of covered hoppers in the siding before continuing to the CAMI Automotive Plant with its head-end autoracks.
A pair of former Canadian Pacific switchers and their single covered hopper power through the countryside of southwestern Ontario on their way to St. Thomas.
Check out the snout of this thing. Taken with permission.
A pair of high-hoods trundles past peoples homes along the St. Thomas.
Lunch break after a return trip to St. Thomas.
The OSR is just about complete it's workday, one task left to do after running around it train so the crew may shove it up into Cami.
Ever seen the inside of a SW1200 before? Fairly roomy and worn out. Taken with permission from the crew.
Passing through Ingersoll with a load of multi's for Cami.
It's surreal scenes like these that make chasing the OSR a memorable experience. Heading almost through this family's backyard in rural Ingersoll, paired ex-CP SW1200's 1244 and 1245 head back to ... (more)
OSRX 6508 - OSRX 378 leading the daily Cami turn towards Woodstock
After interchanging in Woodstock with CP and dropping the Putnam loads in Beachville, the OSR runs around it's train so it may shove it into Cami.