OSR alcos "put-putting" away in frigid temp, taken with permission.
A OSRX Alco sit's in Guelph Junction.
The conductor of the second OSR job watches the power go by after lining the switch into the shop house for storage.
OSR's "Guelph Junction Railway" power stops on the east end of their yard before reversing around its train for their trip south.
MLW's through some lucky guys backyard, a treat would be to live here, especially since you'll only get about 2 (once both ways) OSR runs a day, not too many trains to bother your peace.
After interchanging cars in Woodstock the Cami head west.
After picking up a string of autoracks east of their yard, the OSR is ready to proceed back west.
OSR's MLW's pull hard on their lengthy train consisting of mostly autoracks at Dorland.
Making their way back from Woodstock, the Cami Turn heads back to Ingersoll.
Careful! The conductor hops off OSR 503 as they prepare to pick up a few hoppers tucked away at a siding in Beachville.
After exchanging cars in Woodstock yard with the CP the Cami turn returns west right in the line of perfect evening light.
Good ol' smokey MLW alcos throttle up on the jointed rail presenting quite a show for us as it passes the grain elevator in Ingersoll. What a show it was !
OSR 503 hauls its train of mostly autoracks towards Ingersoll, Ontario.
The Cami turn heads back west after exchanging cars in Woodstock on the Galt sub with the CP and has a large cut of multis and grain cars as it clears Coakley on a frigid afternoon.
After clearing Pemberton St, OSR 182 & 503 throttle up on their trip to Woodstock and spit some smoke. The beauty of seeing MLW's still working hard in 2011.