On November 14, 2020, Canadian National 6167,owned by Guelph Museums, moved from it's home by the Guelph Central GO station to John Galt Park, named after the founder of Guelph, John Galt.
OSR was always great for smoke shows. Often I'd pass on shooting GMD's though, since I much prefer ALCo's. but with an engineer like Snook, I'm good with the GMD's.
This is OSR Job 1 moving aro... (more)
The crew of the final train of the Ontario Southland Railway's Guelph Junction railway Division pose for a photo as they finish up their work. The Ontario Southland Railway operated the Guelph Jun... (more)
A rather uncommon daylight 533 heads eastbound past the rather well done "The Junction" building, built beside the former CN freight shed at CN Guelph Junction.
The Goderich Exeter Railway's plow extra on it's way to Goderich. This was the first plow run of 2018 for them, a rarer occurrence in Southern Ontario now.
The Goderich Exeter Railway ran a plow extra to clear the line to Goderich. Here they dug into one of the deeper cuts I witnessed.
On June 30, 2016, the Waterloo Central Railway hosted a photo freight train with Essex Terminal Railway No.9 built 1923 by MLW. Following 9 was Ex-TH&B boxcars still in their yellow paint.
The last Orangedale Whistle.
What could be the last time Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia runs a 'train' over the Sydney Sub is seen passing the Orangedale Station, August 14, 2015. The Orang... (more)
Two Generations of MLW made their appearances on this Canada Day. Both 'Idling' as it were. 6593 is out to make up the train for the day while No.9 is fed wood from the ever shrinking pile of wood... (more)
Just about to begin a long day of pulling passengers. Waterloo Central Railway's Essex Terminal Railway no.9 proudly bares the Canadian flag as she awaits to depart to the St. Jacobs Farmers Marke... (more)
Just about ready to go, Essex Termial Railway No.9 gets prepped for a long day running passengers up and down the Waterloo Central line.
While setting up a new system for filling up no.9 water tank from our tanker, I turned and got this shot of no.9.
Essex Terminal Railway no.9 waits to depart the St Jacobs shop to go pick up her passengers at the St. Jacobs Farmers Market
WCR's arrival of the first market train of 2015 with a less than stellar turnout (the people in the photo are volunteers)