451 crosses the South Muskoka River, one of the larger bridges along the Newmarket Sub, with engines CN 5614, CN 2438 and CN 4136 (which will be set off in Huntsville for local duty).
A pair of shiny SD90's cruise on past a frozen lake.
Two SD70M-2's lead a Westbound to Medora Siding for a meet.
Northbound Ontario Northlander, just across the Hoc Roc River bridge, with the pumpkin orange engine 1809.
A very late running 450, lead by a trio of SD70 series engines, powers through snowdrifts all the way from North Bay to Gravenhurst.
While checking out the line of 3 MP40's sitting side by side in the Barrie GO yard I noticed an old veteran sitting behind and grabbed a photo during a break in the clouds.
The southbound Northlander pulls up to the Gravenhurst station to entrain passengers for Toronto.
Southbound Northlander cruises out of Gravenhurst on a March Break day.
Rare daylight 450 brought out the railfans, there were at least 3 shooting this train through Gravenhurst!
451 continues on to North Bay with CN 2660 & 8840 leading the way.
The crew just left and this train awaits a re-crew in the Bala siding. I entered the location incorrectly, CP Mactier Sub not the Bala!
Washago bound local passing the out of service Gravenhurst siding.
A grain train, with CP 8822 and CP 8518 leading and a short way into the train CP 8742, is reflected in Spiers Lake as it speeds by.
Rare daylight freight on the Newmarket sub. Here's another shot of 2263 leading; the toaster unit Wayne caught leaving Huntsville earlier in the day.
Train 314 clears the 109 mile post marker with train 114 only 20 minutes behind.