CN 451 passing Mile 144 of the CN Newmarket Sub, one of the few locations around these parts where there are still some fall colors to shoot.
Patriotic crew! CN 451 sails by Huntsville Station on its way to North Bay with a small Canadian flag zip-tied to 8892's handrail.
Back when the Northlander still ran the rails.
CN GP9RM 4132 awaits its next job in Huntsville Yard.
CN 595 heads home for Huntsville Yard after switching customers in Huntsville, South River and finally Martins.
CN Rail GP9 4524 with a string of CN boxcars. CN 4502-4538 (built GMD GP9, 1956-57)
CN 595 sit ready for the next day's work during a break in what passes for "April Showers" around these parts.
CN 451 out of the woods and into the morning sun, approaching Huntsville after meeting a late-running 450 at Martins a couple of miles back.
Its work at Martins completed just as CN 451 went by, CN 595 follows a few minutes behind along the shore of frozen Lake Vernon. The venerable old geep is the usual power for this job, but this we... (more)
A very late-running 451 approaches the south end of Huntsville in full daylight for a change on St. Paddy's Day. Me catching it must've been the Luck o' the Irish - guess the crew weren't Irish! ;... (more)
A late-running CN 451 winds its way through Huntsville, past an empty set of tie gons on a chilly winter morning.
11 miles south outside of Huntsville, W908 comes around the bend working away as it pushes the snowbanks away from the right of way.
Panning the Jordan. We pace right along side at 10mph, W908 works its way north up the Newmarket Sub to Huntsville.
A spreader makes quick work of the snow banks on the Newmarket Sub outside Huntsville, Ontario.
Gone but not forgotten! On a perfect spring day back in 2011 the Ontario Northland "Northlander" winds through the curves at Mile 144 of the CN Newmarket Sub just south o... (more)