With white flags flying Algoma Central GP7's work on switching the Sintering Iron Ore Plant near Wawa. Ontario September 1980.
ACR 1404 and CP 4069 sit in the mountains.
A Roger Puta Photograph
ACR Train No. 4 (The Agawa Canyon Tour Train) is just south of Northland on a gorgeous fall day with outstanding colour.
The fall of 1983 had some of the best colour in years along with clear ... (more)
ACR 1756 is northbound with train #1 at Searchmont in December of 1996. This train no longer runs and I wonder how people access some of their properties as this was their only form of transportat... (more)
Flag stop! We are aboard ACR train #1 in May of 1988 and we have just made a flag stop to let off passengers near Trout Lake. The ACR was the only way to get to many of these remote locations.
ACR train #1, led by FP7 1756 is about to depart Sault Ste. Marie on a gloomy day in November of 1996.
Algoma Central 188 is a early model SD40-2 built in 1973. The quartet makes a tough looking consist outside the Algoma shop complex in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. I was somewhat amazed that even a... (more)
Algoma Central 100 sits in the yard awaiting duty September, 1994. The GP7 was built in 1951, and rebuilt into a GP7L in 1978. It later went to the Wisconsin Central and was scrapped in 2004.
The fall colors were rich as Algoma Central’s Train 1, northbound to Hearst, Ontario, crossed the Montreal Falls bridge on Sept. 28, 1993.
1st No. 9 is northbound at Searchmont Station and will be getting orders from Agent-Operator Bill F.
Extra 202 south heads for Sault Ste. Marie with 41 cars trailing 202, 203 and 104.
A Roger Puta photograph.