After being delayed for about a half hour due to a balky switch from the Hamilton Sub onto the Galt Sub West at Guelph Junction, the engineer cranks the throttle to the max on this one car wonder.... (more)
CP 5629 west, with two other units in tow, struggles as it works to make the grade near Campbellville, Ontario.
In perfect sunset light, the mighty 181, along with its train, is stopped at the West switch of the mainline, to perform some switching in the yard. This shot is dedicated to Brad Jolliffe, and th... (more)
8624 crests the Niagara Escarpment at Guelph Junction heading west with a string of full autoracks.
Like a trip back in time. CP 24, the personal car of Mr Brad Jolliffe, is featured here at the Guelph Jct Yard. Mr Jolliffe is the Vice President of the OSR, and the Manager of the GJR, and also a... (more)
As student conductors look on, the Junction Turn goes about his work, sorting his lift at Guelph Jct before heading back to Lambton yard
Still wearing its old colors, OSRX 647 basks in the nice sunshine at the OSR shops in Guelph Jct
Two AC4400's at full throttle with at least 7000 feet of train attempt to charge Campbellville Hill
The OSR 506 special, full of Conductors from George Brown College, including the photographer, is stopped at Guelph for a run-around, and Tim Hortons Break
CP 249 rolls off the Hamilton Sub and onto the Galt Sub at Guelph Junction, with work at Killean and Woodstock before ending up in London.
9574 hauls a stack train up the escarpment at Milepost 37 on the CP Galt Sub. east of Campbellville.
A 35 year-old EMD leads the charge up the Niagara Escarpment east of Campbellville.
CP 8751 powers through Guelph Junction as it nears the top of it's climb up the Niagara Escarpment.
CEFX 101-110 showed up waaaaay out of their home area at Guelph Junction this morning off the Hamilton sub.
D&H 7304 leads CP 255 off the Hamilton sub. First time I am aware of a D&H unit leading in daylight in Canada!