GEXR 433 passes the dilapidated elevators in Centralia before running around their train twice in the siding in the foreground to service the P&H elevator down at the end of track.
With a track profile like this, it's no wonder the Exeter Sub is 10 mph. In the distance the headlights of RLK 2211 approaches with it's train of 37 cars, half for Hensall the other for Centralia.
It's a typical Halloween afternoon, windy, isolated showers, and sunny breaks. GEXR 433 has seen it all since it's departure in Stratford earlier that morning. Now with the sun on the western hori... (more)
CN 8014 ran on the GEXR for a day, and is on it's way back to the EMDI plant on GEXR train 433. Nikon D50, 18-55mm.
The Eastbound auto frame flatcar GEXR led by LLPX 2210 and GEXR 3835 taking the siding
LLPX 2210 and RLK 2210 pull todays frame train onto the Dundas sub and are going to back their train up into CN's London yard. Here they are passing under the Eastbound signals.
Todays train 433 into London CN yard has leases LLPX 2210 and Southern Ontario Railway 2210. Lately these 2 units have been paired together on 433. Must make for interesting RTC conversations wi... (more)
GEXR 3856 long hood forward leads GEXR 4019 and RLK 2210 on the return trip of 433 from CN's London yard.
Todays 34 car rack train to London's CN yard consisted of RLK 2210, GEXR 4019 and GEXR 3856. Here they are leaving the GEXR Guelph sub and entering the CN Dundas sub.
Todays rack train to London's CN yard consisted of RLK 2210, GEXR 4019 and GEXR 3856. 2210 was orginally built in June of 1964 as CP 8210, serial number A2043. This unit also wore number 5010 fo... (more)
Cab shot of GEXR 3856. Unit was built in August of 1969 as GM&O 720, serial number 35183. This unit also wore the number 9539 for (in order) ICG, IC, and NECR before becoming GEXR 3856.
Brand new from GMDD in London. To see more pictures Click Here