Lots to see in Woodstock today with L393 running multis for Beachville passing MOW equipment on the siding. Crews are refueling and reloading the equipment. Also note the three decorated boxcars i... (more)
CN 332 passes through Woodstock with some MOW equipment on the siding for the daylight hours.
A rare daylight roadrailer passes maintenance equipment at speed.
A CN MOW employee loads up a spike machine with a magnet on a boom. The equipment operates at night and is reloaded with spikes, grease and fuel during the day.
A435 with traffic for London East shuffles through Woodstock with CN 2339, CN 2580 and CN 5437 ex GMTX 9087.
Sitting on the west leg of the wye is the yard engine assigned to Woodstock. Not only is this engine now long gone but so is the wye and spur that still continued north a short distance at the tim... (more)
The OSR Woodstock Job builds its air at Coakley after lifting autos out of the siding at W Coak. From here they will head west back into the yard at Woodstock.
After picking up a string of autoracks east of their yard, the OSR is ready to proceed back west.
After exchanging cars in Woodstock yard with the CP the Cami turn returns west right in the line of perfect evening light.
OSR 503 hauls its train of mostly autoracks towards Ingersoll, Ontario.
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.
CP 667 through Zorra with CP 5671, NREX 5581, CITX 3089 & SOO 6039.
A Westbound on CP through Woodstock has a nifty CP-HLCX-ICE lashup.
The OSR is running back over the CN at Carew to pick up the rest of their train after taking the first half into the yard at Woodstock.
Station stop Woodstock. The picture was shot as the train pulled in at 1:54 PM - exactly the scheduled station stop time.