OSR's "Guelph Junction Railway" power stops on the east end of their yard before reversing around its train for their trip south.
An early moring Westbound manifest rumbles through Guelph Junction on a bitter Winter morning.
CP 242 rockets Eastward through Guelph Junction in the early morning light, battling an extreme cold weather passage.
On possibly one of the coldest days of the year, CP 147 heads westward screaming in notch 8 to defeat the Niagara escarpment with a Sooline SD60 and a CP sd40 hauling a solid string of autos westb... (more)
CP 667 through Guelph Junction with CP 5671, NREX 5581, CITX 3089 & SOO 6039.
A westbound Canadian Pacific train is mid way through it’s assault on the hill with a brand new fresh out of Erie ES44AC in the lead.
Approaching GUE at speed, CP 2243 bursts out of the white kicking snow enroute to points west.
CP 9580 powers up the slight gradient towards Guelph Jct. with a fair sized 141 in tow.
CP 241 approaches the begin/end CTC sign Guelph Jct, with two CITX leasers assisting the GE pull a good sized train up the Niagara Escarpment.
The CP 1116 has certainly seen better days!
Still wearing ex-BC Rail colors, this M420 sits at the shops in Guelph Junction.
Best tagging job ever, or a touch of the"burn"?
Topping the Niagara Escarpment with CEFX AC44 1042 trailing.
CP 5833, ICE 6426 and SOO 6031 come off the Hamilton Sub and head east on the Galt Sub at Guelph Junction.
Grimy GEs labor westbound up the Niagara Escarpment while the stack train receding in the background screams eastbound down the hill.