OSR 182 + 503 bring manifest/autoracks to the CP ; crossing the CN main
Once again on the move after making a lift at West Coakly.
The OSR Woodstock Job builds its air at Coakley after lifting autos out of the siding at W Coak. From here they will head west back into the yard at Woodstock.
MLW's through some lucky guys backyard, a treat would be to live here, especially since you'll only get about 2 (once both ways) OSR runs a day, not too many trains to bother your peace.
After clearing Pemberton St, OSR 182 & 503 throttle up on their trip to Woodstock and spit some smoke. The beauty of seeing MLW's still working hard in 2011.
The turn to Woodstock is rolling along the Thames river valley.
After making a pickup in the little yard in town, the OSR turn to Woodstock is heading east out of town.
With a Canadian crossing sign, Tim Hortons and an Ontario Southland MLW rolling through the scene this shot screams Canada!
OSR 182 (nee CPR 8764) and GP-7 378 (nee Soo 378) are two examples of first generation power in regular service on an Ontario Short Line. They are seen here crossing the Thames River in Woodstock... (more)
OSR 182 (nee CPR 8764) and GP-7 378 (nee Soo 378) run light westbound toward Putnam, ON. where they will lift several covered hoppers before heading to the CAMI Automotive Plant in Ingersoll to ad... (more)
The OSR Rare Miles Extra accelerates over a small rise in the tracks at the first runby at Guelph.
Photo taken on the first of 2 run pasts of the Guelph Historical Railway Assn. rare mileage tour of the Guelph Junction Railway.
What a way to finish a year; Alco's in mainline service. An RS18 and an RS23 leading two CP SD40-2's on the London Pickup go east. Note the Maple Leaf on the front handrails done up for Christmas.