VIA 70 is cruising east towards Woodstock on a beautiful summer morning.
How do you know the MLW's moving again? Oh yeah!
VIA 73 passes a line of stored coil cars in the siding @ Beachville. A sign of the times when the economy was in a state of recession. VIA 6435 leads 4 LRC & 4 Budd stainless coaches with VIA 6424... (more)
OSR 378 - OSR 182 are passing some RBOX's set-off previously in the siding in Beachville as they head west towards Ingersoll with 27 cars.
OSR 378 - OSR 182 have 24 cars in tow that were picked up in Woodstock as they head to Ingersoll.
CN 2602 with a smaller nose logo, leads a westbound manifest around the curve just west of Beachville.
Class unit CN 2500 heads west during the last light of the evening.
Trudging through the weeds on the CP St. Thomas Sub on its way to St. Thomas
After a major switching derailment, 4104 awaits a wrecking firm from London to arrive. To see more Pictures Click Here!
CP's Cami local meets the Frame train at the seldom-used Beachville siding. The siding is usually full of cars being stored, but not today. Meets in this siding are exceedingly unusual, as there a... (more)
CP train 141 (empty auto frames Oshawa-St. Thomas), led by GP38-2 3032 and GP9u 8233, takes the siding at Beachville, ON to meet CP's local Cami auto plant switcher.
CP 1650 and 1516 head up the St. Thomas sub running light to switch the Cami auto plant.