Coming into Corwhin, OSR 8235 start's the rule 14L for the Wellington Road 34 crossing.
The newest addition that the OSR has acquired. This unit started out as a CN locomotive in 1958, then ended up as VIA Rail for passenger service in 1984. After that, the unit ended up on the OSR a... (more)
OSRX 175 & 644 wait for CP 147 to make their set off before they can pick it up and take the cut of autoracks to CAMI.
With work completed at the other end of town, the OSR job heads downtown to set off a lime car that was lifted on the interchange for Fiberglas at the lower yard before continuing on with switchin... (more)
An all-Alco trio crosses the high bridge at Tillsonburg, Ont., on the Ontario Southland Railway. Lead unit No. 500 is an Alco S6 originally from the Southern Pacific. Trailing are MLW-built S13s 5... (more)
A ratty looking AC4400 meets a pair of vintage looking EMD's at Woodstock, the OSR Woodstock Job awaits a 26 car set off from the CP9525 E before heading back for home.
A pair of FP9As idle beside the CP station at Woodstock waiting for their crew to finish lunch and perform their work at W. Coakley.
A pair of FP9As bring back a single hopper and 20 multis from W. Coakley for Putnam and CAMI, respectively. The ex-RLK 1401 has been semi-operational now for a few weeks and is regularly assigned ... (more)
Two OSR jobs meet at Guelph Jct, Job One with the 8235-647 sits on the water track meanwhile Job Two heads up the main track to tie onto the rest of his train on the wye of which the first job swi... (more)
OSR 6508, an ex CNR FP9-A #6508 is coupled to an ex Soo Line GP-7 waiting their next assignment on the Woodstock freight in about an hour. An OSR S5 #500 is in the stall to the right in the backg... (more)
OSR 503, an ex CPR RS-23 , and an ex CPR SW1200 pass the main shop at Salford on their way to Tilsonburg
The Woodstock Job returns to Woodstock yard after setting off and lifting some cars at W. Coakley for CP.
The Woodstock job has just finished for the day with the power resting outside the shops at Salford.
OSRX 378 and 6508 set off three tank cars into the small yard in downtown Ingersoll before running light power west to CAMI to lift 30 multi levels.
Among the many rows of soybeans decorating the fields around Salford are the OSR's main shops.