The Portage Flyer loads up for the last run of the first day of the 2015 operating season.
Southbound CN 595 heading for Longford Mills with 3 tanks for the Stepan Chemical facility located there.
451 makes it's way up toward the south end of Huntsville on a sunny day in February.
The thing about April is; it never lets you forget just how ugly it can be! With about a week left in the month, CN 595 heads south through Martins with 3 tanks for Stepan Chemicals in Longford Mi... (more)
CN 595 heads south through Allensville in late-April snow flurries with 3 tanks for Stepan Chemicals in Longford Mills and 8 ballast gons to be set out at Washago.
The Agawa Canyon Tour Train has just arrived at it's destination with CN 105 bringing up the rear. At the time 105 was the only one of the three ex-DRGW Ski Train locomotives repainted into tour t... (more)
595 heads south through Parkersville heading for Longford Mills on a beautiful spring day.
The southbound Northlander approaches South River station on a warm summer day in 2009. Unfortunately, this passenger service was discontinued in September of 2012.
Just zoomin' along: A pair of ex-Oakway SD60s power 451 up the Newmarket sub through fog and light rain, which will shortly turn back into snow on this early spring day.
4125 puffing out the blue smoke as it shoves some box cars up the grade on the Panolam plant lead at Martins.
Smoke Signals: The smoke to the right indicates that 4125 has just cleared her throat as the engineer notched up departing Martins Siding, after switching the Panolam plant there. The plant... (more)
CN 595 working at Martins with a different locomotive as the usual power for this job, CN 4132, is down at MacMillan Yard for maintenance.
CN 450 hits the Old Muskoka Road crossing just north of the Newmarket Sub Mile 138 milepost with a BCOL leader, SD60 CN 5442 and GP9RM 4132. The geep is the normal power for the Huntsville roadswi... (more)
A pair of shiny new ES44ACs lead CN 451 north through the curve at Mile 144 of the Newmarket Sub a couple of miles south of Huntsville.
A pair of shiny new ES44ACs lead CN 451 down along the shore of Lake Vernon a mile or so south of Huntsville, providing a nice contrast against the winter landscape.