The ONR Hearst yardjob switches out a block of crude oil cars, and empty fuel cars. Note all the frost on the tankers and the track. The crude oil empties will be heading via the ONR to the OVR (O... (more)
GP38-2 1802 sits beside the wheel shop after a day of yard work at North Bay October 22nd. Sitting waiting for a shift change at the shops and for and the "Ok" to head back to Cochrane Ontario, t... (more)
The Ontario Northland operated the Northlander train using equipment obtained from Trans-Europ Express (TEE) service, which used diesel equipment at that time because of the difficulty of running ... (more)
ONT 2201 + ONT 1801 idle away outside of the Hearst sawmill
September 28th will mark the 2nd anniversary of the last of the Northlander. Words cannot describe how much I miss this train, my daily pre-dinner photo fix for many many years.
ONT 1800 + ONT 1808 rest outside the yard office
Once more down Memory Lane: A pair of equine pals graze contentedly as the southbound Northlander blasts by, blissfully unaware that in less than a month the train they had become so accust... (more)
ONR 113 heads north thru Cobalt towards Englehart.
ONR 214 heads south out of Englehart towards North Bay.
The southbound Northlander makes its station stop at Swastika, Ontario.
Northbound 213 with SD75I 2101 on the point rolls past mile 67 of the Ramore Subdivision north of Matheson Ontario May 14th.
Northbound 213 with SD75I 2102 on the point rolls into Cochrane Yard from Englehart May 24th.
The Hearst to Kapuskasing freight heads across the Missinabi River on the former CN/National Transcontinental Railway
The tri-weekly Hearst, ON - Kapuskasing, ON freight trundles along at 10mph with 31 cars of freight behind.