Chessie lives! - Ontario Southland's GP9 #175 is a novelty in and of itself, as the Chesapeake and Ohio 'Chessie' cat can still be seen through the Patina, all these years later. ... (more)
OSRX 6508 and 378 head down as light power for Ingersoll where they will lift Cami and head east to Woodstock.
The basic cab of an EMD FP9A at the Ontario Southland Railway shops. This particular unit sat at VIA's Toronto Maintenance Centre for years, after being retired from the Waterloo and St. Jacobs Ra... (more)
Sitting quiety outside the shops under a gloomy sky. This particular FP9 was a familiar sight at VIA Rail's TMC centre in Toronto, ON., and now just 2 weeks into its service with the OSR. Ex. Wate... (more)
A pair of first generation EMD units speed through Ingersoll as light power for Cami.
Only on OSR will you find an FP9 and a high hood GP7 together on daily revenue freight service. Both units are running around a short section of mixed freight from Tillsonburg and will work Cami b... (more)
Just like cows that are put out to pasture, the same can be said to locomotives used for parts. 1116 sits out in the grass, a fixture to the yard along with the various pieces of a equipment.
An Alco S6 and an MLW S13 have a long train of autoracks in tow as they smoke their way through downtown Ingersoll, ON, right before sunset. The racks were just pulled from the CN interchange and ... (more)
Ontario Southland GP7's 383 and 378 pull ahead after cutting off some of their head end cars to store in the siding at Beachville. Tomorrow OSR RS18u 182 will run out here to grab the cars and tak... (more)
OSRX 378 and 383 speed through the outskirts of Beachville with multis for interchange with CP at Coakley Siding. Both high hoods are Soo Line in origin but have a TH&B inspired paint scheme.
The OSR Woodstock Job races traffic on Highway 9 entering downtown Beachville, Ontario. The pair of ex-Soo Line GP7s have their lengthy train of multis and mixed freight in check.
There's nothing like seeing a pair of high hood Geeps haul autoracks at speed through the country in 2013. Both are ex-Soo in origin but were repainted into the OSR's TH&B-inspired paint scheme.
After years of service for her owner CPRail, former RS18u sits outside at Guelph Jct with hood doors open exposing the guts to the elements of mother nature. Used as a parts unit for a few of the... (more)
Following the 1st OSR job for most of the way north, the 2nd job rolls through the country side of Arkell just south of Guelph with a pair of ex CP London built GMD's.
The first of two jobs begins the journey north to Guelph along the Goderich Sub in Moffat, today's job consists of two ex CP MLW's RS18u and RS23 and 20 loads.