Nearing the top of the climb up the Niagara Escarpment, a pair of dirty GEs hit the Main St. crossing, passing a caboose body that is used as a local office for a limo company.
Classic STLH 5615 with mismatched numberboards leads 2 CP sisters westward on the Galt Sub after making quick work of the Niagara Escarpment.
CP 5717 and CITX 3093 lead a short 421 out onto the OCS portion of the Galt Sub.
CN meets CP. CN conductor and RP contributor Mike Da Costa watches the action at the Nassagaweya 1st Line crossing at the west end of Guelph Junction. A CP employee walks behind an eastbound stack... (more)
The CP Holiday Train will wait for an eastbound stack train here at Guelph Junction before proceeding west to its first performance of the night at Galt.
The CP Holiday Train passes the photo line at Nassagaweya 1st Line and Sideroad 3, just south of Guelph Junction
With a bit of a lurch 506 uncouples from the Guelph Junction Express Budd cars and heads to the shed for the night while excursion operator John empties out the cars in the background. For this "a... (more)
Where else could you find two matched RS-23's? Two old CP veterans now reside on the quaint little OSR and look great in their TH&B- inspired paint. Taken on OSR property with permission.
A little of the old Chessie peeking through. Photo taken with permission
The rail train has finished work for the day and has been tied down at Guelph Junction so traffic on CP's Galt Sub can resume.
Heading off the Galt Sub onto the Hamilton Sub at Guelph Junction
A pair of GEs struggle up the Niagara Escarpment on the Galt Sub only to descend it again on the Hamilton Sub.
CP CWR train tied down until tomorrow at Guelph Junction while a pair of Ontario Southland's MLW RS-23s work in the background.
The Ham Turn leaves the CTC behind at Guelph Junction and accelerates into the OCS bound for London.
OSR 504 chugs south along the former CP Goderich Sub with 4 cars in tow, approaching Guelph Junction on a cold and blustery February afternoon.