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.
A former CN/VIA GMD FP9 built in London, Ontario and formerly serving the Waterloo and St. Jacob's Railway (WCXX), is now seen here working on the OSR bringing the snow plow back after doing an ex... (more)
Resting at Salford is a marvel of a locomotive, an old relic from the TH&B railway. In preserving the heritage of this unit, president Jeff has refrained from repainting the unit, instead adding m... (more)
A staged photo of the plow extra under the telltale leftover from an era past.
An OSR plow extra works its way south towards Tillsonburg leaving a solid trail of flying snow in its wake.
A plow extra cuts across a rural road as it heads southwest towards St. Thomas to reopen the line.
OSRX 378 and 644 sit idle outside of the station at Woodstock while their crew has lunch.
A pace shot of an OSR plow extra as it rockets towards St. Thomas.
An M420 sits outside of Woodstock station while the crew has lunch.
An OSR plow extra runs south towards Tillsonburg to reopen the line after severe winds caused heavy drifting.
An OSR plow extra works its way south from Salford, making several passes along the line.