In glorious morning sunshine, we get a view from two different manufactures. The London built GP9 is still soldering on living a second life on the Ontario Southland Railway, the Montreal built RS... (more)
After working the Lower Yard, 8235 North is on the move towards the industrial end of Guelph.
An EMD MU cover on a MLW RS23 ? Sure is..
After completing a switch at AOC, the daily roadswitcher pauses for a bit before heading back to the interchange. Taken on railway property by a railway employee.
Sitting long and disused at Guelph Junction for many years, the caboose has been brought back into service to serve as a rider car on those long shoves down from the end of track towards the inter... (more)
Looking more and more like a CPR roadswitcher coming back from Goderich, a pair of former CPR London built GP9u's lead the Monday through Friday Guelph Jct job back to the junction with interchang... (more)
Bought from J&L Consulting, OSRX 1591 is leading the daily Monday through Friday roadswitcher back downtown to finish off the day by switching PDI Elizabeth St and spotting a car for storage at Hu... (more)
It's a gloomy day looking out from the former control cab, now a parts unit on the OSR. The work is done and a pair of Montreal built MLW's back down the water track for the barn at Guelph Junctio... (more)
LOL, take that EPA !
OSR 181 and the 505 sit in mainline three, gargling away on this cold fall night. The London Pickup zips by on the north track with 20+ cars to set off in mainline two for the OSR, to the left is ... (more)
With the rain subsiding for the afternoon, Ontario Southland Railway's 08:00 Job throttles out of Guelph across the Eramosa river after working Huntsman.
Almost home, the 08:00 heads back to the junction after a full day of switching up in Guelph.
Not often can you shoot OSR in perfect evening light but today was the day, working late, three Ontario Southland Railway units pull out after switching Sanimax.
The sound of MLW's fill the morning air coupled with the sound of ice and tree branches falling all around, the extra road switcher marches northwards to Guelph. Thanks for the smoke show Bruce !
With OSR far behind in switching due to the recent ice storm, a weekend job was ordered to play catch up. Seen here, the crew finishes spotting up one lime car at Owens Corning while the brakeman ... (more)