With autumn getting into gear 595 passes some typical Muskoka fall colors at Mile 144 of the Newmarket Sub, having just finished up switching the Panolam plant at Martins on its way home from Long... (more)
Derelict on display This poor old girl sits rusting away with moss growing in all the dark places in Algonquin Park's Logging Museum. Look closely and you can see a green spot on the smokeb... (more)
Detail shot of the nose plate on the Algonquin Park Logging Museum's old MLW 0-4-0 saddle-tank locomotive on display. Locomotive was manufactured "at Montreal for a contractor in Nova Scotia and a... (more)
In the early stages of the afternoon rush a westbound GO train speeds into Oakville with a refurbished cab car leading.
Judy has just got a shot off of CN 553 as it returns to Oakville yard from Clarkson.
I'd met Ray at a weekly local car show and asked him to stop by sometime to take some shots of his sweet 1950 Meteor with the Portage Flyer. He kindly obliged by showing up the very next day, so I... (more)
Number 2's trusty Detroit Lubricator basks in the warm glow of the train shed's lights - filled and ready for another day's service protecting the locomotive's vital parts from wear.
CN 451 passes Mile 144 of the CN Newmarket Sub with work just ahead at Huntsville before continuing on to North Bay.
CN 595 southbound from Huntsville headed for the Panolam plant at Martins.
A CN stack train soars over Parry Sound Harbour on the 1,695' CP Trestle. Between Reynolds just south of Parry Sound, and Wanup just south of Sudbury, CN and CP operate directional running with no... (more)
The Portage Flyer nears the top of the 3% grade on a return trip from Fairy Lake.
The day following a severe storm a large maple tree was discovered laying across the tracks. A work team set out to clear the line before the first run of the day, but was unable to remove more of... (more)
"Engineer for a Day" Tom at the throttle of HLBR Number 2.
Brakeman Dustin fills Number 2's saddle tank between runs on a gorgeous mid-summer afternoon.
Nope, it's not who you think it is but Robin, our Engineer for a Day participant today, did bear an uncanny resemblance to Duck Dynasty's Uncle Si!