The Woodstock Job returns to Woodstock yard after setting off and lifting some cars at W. Coakley for CP.
The Woodstock job has just finished for the day with the power resting outside the shops at Salford.
OSRX 378 and 6508 set off three tank cars into the small yard in downtown Ingersoll before running light power west to CAMI to lift 30 multi levels.
Among the many rows of soybeans decorating the fields around Salford are the OSR's main shops.
The deadline at Mount Elgin has been reduced in recent months to just OSRX 52 (ex-C&O 5242), OSRX 641 and a CP baggage car.
Rockin' and rollin' OSRX 8235 and 1210 (not pictured) tag along for a ride as we head north past the south siding switch at Moffat.
The paint may be in pretty rough shape but an original Chessie GP9 still earning its keep in 2014 is pretty neat.
As new snow begins to fall the plow extra heads west to St. Thomas to reopen the line from the previous night's snow storm.
Even the smallest drift can produce a spectacular impact between plow and snow drift...
An Ontario Southland freight passes under the telltale that protects the overpass where the Canadian Southern once crossed.
The plow extra slows as it enters the outskirts of Tillsonburg.
The plow extra passes the deadline at Mount Elgin as it continues south to Tillsonburg.
The CAMI 2 jobs is returning to CAMI after working the CN interchange in Ingersoll. A pair of ex CP SW1200's provide the muscle.
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.