Ontario Southland Engineer Joe Dennis has the 1000 Woodstock Job under his control at 25 MPH with interchange traffic from the CPR at Woodstock.
OSR freight is headed for Ingersol and the CAMI auto plant with empty auto racks. The church steeple in the background is in Woodstock
Heading east to interchange with CP. After picking up cars at Putnam and Ingersoll, the OSR Woodstock job is heading to Woodstock to interchange with CP as it heads east. Power is a pair of... (more)
A matched pair of ex VIA FP9's lead a freight from Woodstock to Ingersol on a cool Oct. Sunday afternoon. OSR now rosters three ex VIA FP9's as well as a fleet of MLW locos.
After picking up autoracks at CAMI automotive in Ingersoll, On, OSR's pair of vintage GP7's, build in 1951 and 52, head to Woodstock for their switching duties.
OSRX 1245 leads the Woodstock Job back along the St. Thomas Subdivision with multis from CP for CAMI.
OSRX 503 smokes it up behind 1245 at Beachville as they lift a single covered hopper to be spotted at Agrium in Putnam.
OSRX 503 leads 1245 on the Woodstock Job as they pass some of the heavy industry that makes this section of south western Ontario.
After a long days work, the OSR crew only needs to drop off a few hoppers in the siding here at Beachville before heading back to Salford for the end of their shift.
The Woodstock Job is rocketing back with a single tank car from the interchange with CP.
OSRX 6508 and 383 coast through the countryside just outside of Beachville, Ontario on the return leg of their trip to Woodstock.
After setting off a dozen multi-levels for interchange with CP at Woodstock Yard, two first generation EMD units coast through the countryside with a single tank car for Ingersoll.
OSRX 383 and 6508 lead loaded multi-levels along the St. Thomas Subdivision after working CAMI.
The OSR Woodstock Job passes the Beachville Post Office in 'downtown' Beachville, Ontario.
A crew member observes as the OSR pulls into Beachville where it will setoff a cut of covered hoppers in the siding before continuing to the CAMI Automotive Plant with its head-end autoracks.