Passing the Ontario Northland bunkhouse, freight 313 arrives from Cochrane while off to the side CN 5446 and CN 2508 sit parked awaiting to come on duty later that afternoon. The power from the in... (more)
The fall colors were rich as Algoma Central’s Train 1, northbound to Hearst, Ontario, crossed the Montreal Falls bridge on Sept. 28, 1993.
It's a chilly -32 without wind chill as CN 105 with the southbound ACR train to Sault Ste. Marie awaits departure while the Ontario Northland yard job makes up an eastbound train for Cochrane.
CN 572's power waits for the crew to wake up while the Tembec crane lifts a bundle of tree length's into the sawmill
The ONR Hearst yardjob switches out a block of crude oil cars, and empty fuel cars. Note all the frost on the tankers and the track. The crude oil empties will be heading via the ONR to the OVR (O... (more)
ONT 2201 + ONT 1801 idle away outside of the Hearst sawmill
ONT 1800 + ONT 1808 rest outside the yard office
The tri-weekly Hearst, ON - Kapuskasing, ON freight trundles along at 10mph with 31 cars of freight behind.
ONT 2202 + ONT 1802 idle away outside of Tembec's Hearst sawmill
Nightfall at Hearst On the evening of September 19, 1993, power for Algoma Central and Ontario Northland slumber the night away at Hearst, Ontario. Algoma Central No. 103 is a GP7, whil... (more)
ONT 1805 + ONT 1801 idle away beside Tembec's Hearst sawmill
ONT 1805 + ONT 1801 idle way next to CN 2148 + CN 4110
The Algoma Central Railway's passenger train is just about to depart Hearst on its 296 mile journey southward to Sault Ste Marie. In the background, Ontario Northland's 1805 is building ONT train... (more)
Ontario nightfall A pair of Algoma Central GP7s rest alongside an Ontario Northland caboose at Hearst, Ontario, on the night of September 19, 1993.
I used 5 No. 5B flashbulbs with Kodachrome 64 film to light this engine.