After the Town of Orangeville, Ontario purchased the CPR Owen Sound Subdivision, the first order of business for management was to upgrade the state of the line. The right of way was inspected on ... (more)
After years of uncertainty regarding the line's future, the Town of Orangeville completed its purchase of 34.3 miles of the CPR Owen Sound Subdivision on September 29, 2000, to create the Orangevi... (more)
CCGX 1000, a former QNSL GP9 owned by Cando Contracting and lettered for the Barrie-Collingwood Railway, leads a southbound train across the Forks of the Credit bridge at Belfountain, Ontario. The... (more)
CCGX 1000, a former QNSL GP9 owned by Cando Contracting and lettered for the Barrie-Collingwood Railway, coasts downgrade across the short spans at Cataract, Ontario with a solitary BNSF covered h... (more)
Three month's after it's final "farewell" run, OBRY 1000 sits at the back of the line in Orangeville. Tagged by vandals and masked with a few quick paint jobs, it will sit here for now, awaiting i... (more)
The man and his machine. Hogger Steve Bradley leans out of CCGX 1000 making sure everyone is aboard during a Credit Valley Explorer excursion stop in Inglewood. Having switched hundreds of cars, b... (more)
While a crew member closes the knuckle at the end of her set off, CCGX 1000 runs around the interchange track to couple on to the lifts on the other end of the caboose at the CP-OBRY interchange i... (more)
It's one of those days. After driving north for an hour to Orangeville in hopes of a driftbusting chase, I was disappointed to find the yard cleared and 1000 covered in snow, meaning they ran yest... (more)
Steve Bradley clears the snow hill from the "Pride of Orangeville" after doing battle with drifts on the southbound trek from Orangeville.
**NOTE: The lack of snow on the ground in Mississauga. ... (more)
Southbound way freight crawls over the famed 'Forks of Credit' trestle, stories above the valley below.
After returning from its trip to Streetsville, the crew of the Orangeville Brampton Railway backs its single car for the local Glad Plant into the railyard. It's hard to believe up to 6 tracks cro... (more)
The Orangeville Brampton Railway train rolls southwards through Brampton with interchange traffic for the CPR on a warm spring morning.
OBRY 1000 deadheads back north crossing over the scenic Forks Of the Credit on there way back to Orangeville from an excursion.
OBRY GP9 1000 pauses at Streetsville as the engineer starts to kick away the snow from the front of the locomotive after encountering a huge snow drift in Orangeville.