Carnage!! The slow painful death of this old Canada Starch tank car being ripped apart like a T-Rex ripping apart it's prey.
Grinding westbound up the Niagara Escarpment grade toward Guelph Junction, CP 501 is lead by SD40-2 5848 with three M-636's in numerical sequence 4712, 4713 and 4714. They have just received by r... (more)
Uphill Struggle With 12,000 tons on the drawbar, this SD70ACu is in full voice climbing Campbellville Hill straining to keep it's tonnage from stalling.
DH 7303 has been driving railfan's mad being assigned to the weed sprayer train, last year her sister 7304 played the same duties. After getting work authority to come out onto the north track, wh... (more)
From twilight to dusk and a bit of light painting, D&H 7304 and its 8 car weed spraying train is all tied down for the night at Guelph Jct.
After spraying down the Hamilton Sub and the surrounding spurs in the Niagara region, DH7304 cools her heals at the jct once again, the crew has gone back to London, word is eastbound 244 will lif... (more)
It's a chilly fall night, the echoing enchantment of 8 cylinder 710 series prime movers idle through the air. On our left, CP 2244 sits by her lonesome after being switched off the TEC train due t... (more)
It's that time again, the switch brooms are out and poised at the ready for the first upcoming snowfall. Meanwhile the crew on T69 has tied the power down in Mainline Three and headed to the hotel... (more)
In glorious morning sunshine, we get a view from two different manufactures. The London built GP9 is still soldering on living a second life on the Ontario Southland Railway, the Montreal built RS... (more)
CP 441 with 5990 and 9001 struggle up the grade at Campbellville in a snow squall.
An EMD MU cover on a MLW RS23 ? Sure is..
A rocket and a pup This coupled up duo rests on the water track after a day of switching industries in downtown Guelph. For switching purposes, I prefer the RS23's very responsive throttle... (more)
Work Horses While the ol' CPR has no more GP9u's on the roster, some have found new homes elsewhere, OSR sports 4 of these beauties on the roster, 2 at the Guelph Junction Railway Division ... (more)
The headlights of a westbound light up the RoW as this old US&S signal display a clear signal for the train crew on this somewhat mild evening.
Sun is out! Two clean CP units lead a late 241 up Campbellville Hill.