ONT 1805 + ONT 1801 idle away beside Tembec's Hearst sawmill
ONT 1805 + ONT 1801 idle way next to CN 2148 + CN 4110
Chevron painted 1805 leads this short Hearst to Kapuskasing train along a section of the long defunct National Transcontinental Railway's old mainline.
A special Railfan Northlander bringing back the fans from a tour of the North Bay shops.
Southbound Northlander just across Muskoka Rd after stopping at the Gravenhurst station, next stop Washago.
The southbound Northlander pulls up to the Gravenhurst station to entrain passengers for Toronto.
ONT 222 is the first train over the line this morning, and kicks up the small amount of snow accumulated over night.
ONT 1805, the only GP38-2 left in the chevron paint departs on time with train 222 from Englehart, ON.
Running right on time as it takes the mainline at Englehart with a little more than a mile to go to the end of the Ramore Subdivision and the Englehart Station stop, ONT's last unrepainted GP38-2 ... (more)
The Ontario Northland Railway's Northlander passenger train is seen pulling away from the Englehart station stop with GP38-2 1805 leading APU 204 on May 20, 2002.
CN 698 Hustling south with ONT 1805, the last GP38-2 in the Chevron Paint Scheme