September 12, 2001 -- I was in Canada and the day before terrorists struck the U.S. There were almost no trains that ran on the Cartier on 9/11 and I spent most of the day in remote Quebec trying ... (more)
The Driftwood Turn is nearing Driftwood with 39 cars and making some nice Alco smoke.
The Driftwood Turn is headed southbound near Keating Summit. The 39 cars (mostly empties) was nothing to the big Alco engines..they were just out enjoying a easy run on a nice summer day.
Just like how God intended, the engineer on the OL-2, WNYP's Driftwood Turn smokes it up passing through Eldred for home.
After switching out a customer, OL-2 is seen heading west on the mainline back to Olean.
CP 4723's 'good' side' Every time I visit Farnham and check up on CP 4723 it is in worse and worse shape. It was built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1970 and donated to the town o... (more)
A sad fate for one of MLW's finest. Every time I visit Farnham and check up on CP 4723 it is in worse and worse shape. It was built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1970 and donated ... (more)
The Driftwood Turn heads through Eldred on the way to Driftwood to interchange with the NS on a beautiful spring evening.
DL Power sitting for the weekend
CPR 4706,4243,4707 lead train 516 at Toronto. In later years some of the Big MLW's took on a rough appearance although they still could get down and pull well. The 4706 was about the worst looking... (more)
A battered and vandalised MLW beast. CP 4723 has been on display in this park near Farnham Station since 1996 and it is not in good shape. There is graffiti on the long hood, headlig... (more)
Just as god intended! A matched set of M636s (#637 & #638) switch the Driftwood Train in Olean on 7th September 2012.
OL-2, the Driftwood Turn, arrives at Port Allegany on 6th September 2013. This shot worked really well, something I’ve had in mind for ages…
CPR 4724 at the North Bay yard. One more good reason to spend lots of time in Northern Ontario. The big M-Liner's were common in the area, especially on trains out of St. Luc yard.
A sight for sore eyes. CP 4723 is preserved behind the Farnham station, but is in horrible shape. No glass in the windows, bells, headlights and marker lights gone..... Before there was als... (more)