On my last day before returning to the UK I chased the east bound freight of the ottawa Valley railroad and caught it leaving North bay
Return trip from Sudbury to North bay at Sturgeon Falls
Ontario Northland Railway GP38-2 1802 and SD40-2 1732 and 1734 at North Bay, Ontario yard.
ONR GMD GP9 1601 (built 7/1956)
ONR GMD GP9 1604 idles outside of the North Bay shops.
Ontario Northland GMD SD40-2 1730 and GP38-2 1800 at ONR Yard North Bay, Ontario.
Ontario Northland GMD FP7A 1515, 1517, 1520 retired between 1985 and 1995.
ONR 104 is an ex-Canadian Pacific wood caboose done over with steel sides and ends, at North Bay, Ontario in June 1986.
Southbound 214 rolls into North Bay February 12, 2020
I went four days in a row to catch this train. Succeeded once!
1306; Built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1951 for Ontario Northland Railway, and retired in 1985.
Southbound 214 arrives at North Bay yard with Ontario Northland's most recent SD40-2 rebuild and heritage painted 1730 leading a 5 unit lashup
Southbound 214 kicks up some snow with Ontario Northland's most recent SD40-2 rebuild and heritage painted 1730 leading the way.
Hauling her first south bound train in the heritage paint scheme, ONT 1730 heads past mile 11.7 of the Temagami sub January 10th 2019