CN 450 slides by the swamp at Mile 138 of the Newmarket Sub. Still plenty of water for reflections this late in the year due to the unusually cool, wet weather this spring.
Held up last night by a glowing red axle bearing just 10 miles after departing North Bay and meeting today's 451 at Trout Creek CN 450 was able to get underway again by noon today. After another s... (more)
After arriving in North Bay many hours late due to striking a backhoe 40 miles north of here as CN 451 (causing fatal injuries to the backhoe operator) 450 departed North bay well into daylight to... (more)
CN 451 kicks up powder approaching Mile 138 CN Newmarket Sub.
CN 2860's paint is still clean and fresh enough to contrast nicely with the snow and blue skies!
A pair of new-ish units, CN 3002 and 8900 roll southbound light through Utterson on an early spring afternoon. The utility pole and empty roadbed in the foreground bear witness to what once was ... (more)
CN 450 heads south at Mile 216.92 Newmarket Sub just south of North Bay
CN 450 hits the Old Muskoka Road crossing just north of the Newmarket Sub Mile 138 milepost with a BCOL leader, SD60 CN 5442 and GP9RM 4132. The geep is the normal power for the Huntsville roadswi... (more)
The day's last light silhouettes CN 450 a it passes a pond just south of Martins.
A normally nocturnal 450 leans into the big bend at Utterson. Almost didn't bother heading out for this one due to the overcast skies, but it looked a bit lighter south of me so I raced down to Ut... (more)
A snowmobiler taking advantage of (hopefully) one of winter's last gasps pauses a little close to the tracks for the passage of CN 450 on Old Muskoka Road in Allensville. Just 8&1/2 hours earlier ... (more)
Smokin' 60! After meeting 451 at Martins 3 miles north 450 heads down the Newmarket Sub at Mile 138, with SD60 5451 in second position spewing out a vapor trail on a frigid morning. Trailin... (more)
Pan of a late-running 450 approaching Parkersville at sunrise. Fortunately they had to make a lift in Huntsville, or they would have passed by here in the dark.
A rare daylight 450 crosses North Lancelot Road a mile south of Martins on a cool, clear winter day.
A rare daylight 450 hits the Newmarket Sub Mile 140 marker a mile south of Martins on a brisk January day.