Pictured here, the OSR's daily run to the CAMI Automotive Plant (situated in the middle of a corn field) wyes its power along with a single autorack. After reconnecting to the rest of its cut of a... (more)
OSRX 6508 and 383 coast through the countryside just outside of Beachville, Ontario on the return leg of their trip to Woodstock.
After setting off a dozen multi-levels for interchange with CP at Woodstock Yard, two first generation EMD units coast through the countryside with a single tank car for Ingersoll.
An F-unit coasts through the countryside on the approach to Salford, Ontario where the main shops are located for Ontario Southland Railway.
A pair of first generation EMD units throttle up out of Ingersoll where they just lifted a dozen loaded multi-levels from CAMI.
OSRX 383 and 6508 lead loaded multi-levels along the St. Thomas Subdivision after working CAMI.
The OSR Woodstock Job passes the Beachville Post Office in 'downtown' Beachville, Ontario.
Looking very much like a scene from the past, a pair of ex-CP units on ex-CP rails lead the southbound GJRY train back to Guelph Junction passing over the Eramosa Trestle along the way.
A trio of the OSR's alcos head into the shed to rest for the weekend.
An EMD GP7 of SOO Line origin, and the relatively recently acquired 'Spirit of St. Jacobs' EMD FP9 of CN origin sit outside of the shop at Salford, Ontario on a sunny August morning.
The CAMI job trundles through a cattle pasture on the return to Salford.
Ontario Southland's daily CAMI job has completed its work at West Coakley, and with a pair of venerable ex-CP SW1200s for power, chugs over the Thames River with empties on the return to CAMI.
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.