With the rain subsiding for the afternoon, Ontario Southland Railway's 08:00 Job throttles out of Guelph across the Eramosa river after working Huntsman.
Almost home, the 08:00 heads back to the junction after a full day of switching up in Guelph.
Inside, looking out from the 1210....OSRX 181 quietly sleeps after a hard days work on the Guelph Junction Railway.
OSRX 1245 leads the Woodstock Job back along the St. Thomas Subdivision with multis from CP for CAMI.
OSRX 503 smokes it up behind 1245 at Beachville as they lift a single covered hopper to be spotted at Agrium in Putnam.
OSRX 503 and 1245 lead some interchange traffic for CP at Woodstock through the outskirts of Ingersoll
OSRX 503 leads 1245 on the Woodstock Job as they pass some of the heavy industry that makes this section of south western Ontario.
The Woodstock Job brings some multis back from W. Coakley on CP.
Location, location, location! The OSR Woodstock Job passes through some backyards as it heads back to CAMI.
With work completed at Ingersoll, the 10:00 Woodstock Job heads back down the Port Burwell Subdivision for home.
Surprise, surprise, the 10:00 Woodstock Job throttles up past the fixed advance signal to Carew with empty multi's pulled from W. Coak at Woodstock. Thanks Joe for the smoke show !
Not often can you shoot OSR in perfect evening light but today was the day, working late, three Ontario Southland Railway units pull out after switching Sanimax.
Sitting in high idle outside the barn, OSRX 1210 is alive and well again after dumping her water this morning.
OSR 182 + 503 bring manifest/autoracks to the CP ; crossing the CN main
It's a truly amazing sight to shoot one of these in action, and each time you see it you get better at quickly turning away, ducking, and hiding your camera gear.