A pair of immaculate OSRX GP9us have just been shined up by a rain shower and are pulling out of Woodstock with their train for Ingersoll.
A pair of matched set's of power await their next tour's of duty
The engineer on the plow extra has a quick look before heading out to plow the Port Burwell and St. Thomas Subs for the day.
Making quick work out of this snow drift on the first pass, Brad Joliffe and the boys on the Plow Extra 6508 will stop, back up and go at it one more time on the second pass.
A geep and a pup get to work as the OSR crew begins to switch AOC on the south industrial lead. Customers around Guelph like AOC take advantage of OSR's excellent rail service along with connectio... (more)
Ontario Southland Engineer Joe Dennis has the 1000 Woodstock Job under his control at 25 MPH with interchange traffic from the CPR at Woodstock.
Meeting of the shortlines GEXR 580 is making another run up the hill after stalling out due to wet rail and heavy tonnage, meanwhile OSR sits on the south industrial waiting their turn.
On a very wintry day the motive power is lined up to the rear of the shed with the snowplow. Note the second loco in TH&B livery:- NW2 #51.
Having brought Autoracks from the Toyota plant at Ingersoll, 6508 and 1401 simmer in the sun awaiting their next turn of duty.
Having been trackside at Ingersoll, I was on my way home and visited the Bakery at Courtland. As I left the shop I heard a train horn and quickly made my way to the ex Trillium line and found 175 ... (more)
OSR 503, and 1244 entering the CN transfer with 23 loads from Cami
Freshly painted at the time FP9A OSRX 6508 and GP9 OSRX 1620 head light to pick up some cars at Putnam.
Due to extra traffic, a weekend special brings a rare afternoon Northbound past the Sharpe Feed Store headed for Guelph, ON
After cutting their empty auto racks off east of town, the Woodstock brings some manifest through town to be left in the siding for the next days job.
A pair of RS23's lead a cut of loaded auto racks out of Cami to the CN interchange where they will drop them off and pick up a cut of empties.