How could your work day get any better? Waist-deep in corn, the OSR's bi-weekly excursion to the industries in St. Thomas is seen speeding through the photogenic farmland of southwestern On... (more)
Pictured here, the OSR's daily run to the CAMI Automotive Plant (situated in the middle of a corn field) wyes its power along with a single autorack. After reconnecting to the rest of its cut of a... (more)
The CAMI job trundles through a cattle pasture on the return to Salford.
Ontario Southland's daily CAMI job has completed its work at West Coakley, and with a pair of venerable ex-CP SW1200s for power, chugs over the Thames River with empties on the return to CAMI.
A crew member observes as the OSR pulls into Beachville where it will setoff a cut of covered hoppers in the siding before continuing to the CAMI Automotive Plant with its head-end autoracks.
A pair of former Canadian Pacific switchers and their single covered hopper power through the countryside of southwestern Ontario on their way to St. Thomas.
The OSR's bi-weekly trip to St. Thomas strolls through one of the many vast rural areas of southwestern Ontario on this balmy summer morning.
Making their way back from Woodstock, the Cami Turn heads back to Ingersoll.
After exchanging cars in Woodstock yard with the CP the Cami turn returns west right in the line of perfect evening light.
Good ol' smokey MLW alcos throttle up on the jointed rail presenting quite a show for us as it passes the grain elevator in Ingersoll. What a show it was !
The Cami turn heads back west after exchanging cars in Woodstock on the Galt sub with the CP and has a large cut of multis and grain cars as it clears Coakley on a frigid afternoon.