On June 30, 2016, the Waterloo Central Railway hosted a photo freight train with Essex Terminal Railway No.9 built 1923 by MLW. Following 9 was Ex-TH&B boxcars still in their yellow paint.
Just about to begin a long day of pulling passengers. Waterloo Central Railway's Essex Terminal Railway no.9 proudly bares the Canadian flag as she awaits to depart to the St. Jacobs Farmers Marke... (more)
Just about ready to go, Essex Termial Railway No.9 gets prepped for a long day running passengers up and down the Waterloo Central line.
While setting up a new system for filling up no.9 water tank from our tanker, I turned and got this shot of no.9.
Essex Terminal Railway no.9 waits to depart the St Jacobs shop to go pick up her passengers at the St. Jacobs Farmers Market
ETR #9 in the Siding for GEXR
ETR 9 gets a hand from an ex-CN Burro crane to load coal for the day's work. If you look closely, you can actually see the coal dropping out of the bucket. That is the ex-Michigan Central/NYC stat... (more)
As the transfer table is no longer operational, #9 had to get some help from this tractor.
ETR 0-6-0 number 9 resting at Waterloo
The warm morning sun greets ETR #9 as she is prepped for the day's excursions. Taken from the transfer table pit.
Essex Terminal #9 goes for a ride on the transfer table. The table itself no longer works, but was instead moved by a tractor. Note how much the locomotive hangs over the end of the table.
"Engine, Engine, #9..." As seen from across the transfer table, Essex Terminal #9 (Montreal-built, 1929) heads off to begin the day's work.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. ETR #9 is seen here trailing the train back down the Fergus sub toward Hespeler.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. ETR #9 is seen here at the Guelph Via station on the siding.