Still yellow CN 104 leads the tri-weekly tour of the line southbound along the former Algoma Central Northern Subdivision 1 mile south of Dubreuilville about 4 hours into its 10 hour trek from Hea... (more)
The passenger train, 632, rolls over the impressive Bellevue Valley trestle and highway 556 at milepost 20 of the Soo Sub. 276 miles have elapsed since its departure from Hearst in the morning.
After over 100 miles of pure Northern Ontario forests, the southbound Tour of the Line is back to civilization as it twists through the small hamlet and ski resort of Searchmont, Ontario. The tire... (more)
The Tour of the Line crosses over Belleview Valley in the final leg of its 10 hour journey from Hearst-Sault Ste. Marie. A nice mix of ACR, Gov't of Canada, and recently aquired ski train equipmen... (more)
My favorite of all favorite rail lines..... the ACR, or what's left of it. The southbound Tour of the Line is seen here crossing a small trestle over one of endless lakes along the line which cuts... (more)
The constant clickidy clack of railcars rumbling over rickidy joint rail can be heard as the southbound passenger train accelerates down the former ACR Soo Sub after a quick station stop at Hawk J... (more)
CN 9549 leads the southbound passenger freight away from the depot at Hawk Junction after a quick 10 minute station stop.
The southbound "Tour of the Line" passenger freight departs Hawk Junction after a quick station stop & a meet with the northbound freight L571.
With evidence of recent work from a spreader, the "Tour of the Line" arrives at Hawk Junction. Sadly, since the CN takeover, Hawk Junction (and much of the old ACR) is a mere fraction of what it u... (more)
CN 9601 pulls the southbound "Tour of the Line" into Hawk Junction. Sadly, since the CN takeover, this line is a mere fraction of what is used to be.