After the Gold Rush With the rugged landscape ablaze in colour, a pair of Ontario Northland EMD SD40-2s guide Timmins (Kidd Mines) to Englehart train no. 308 through the community of Swasti... (more)
The rusty red infrastructure and colourful fall leaves paint a vibrant picture on a sunny October afternoon at Swastika. Here 211 is seen backing its train up past the junction so it can head east... (more)
Ontario Northland Railway corporate livery is represented on SD40-2 1734 as it breaks the silence in the small town of Swastika, Ontario, during a steady snowfall on March 17, 2019. Lighting was ... (more)
Ontario Northland Railway’s heritage-painted SD40-2 1730 is passing the Swatika, Ontario (pronounced Swa-STĒK-a) as the sole locomotive on the ONT train 207, bound for Kidd Creek at 0530 hr... (more)
211 enters the Kirkland Lake subdivision at Swastika with a lengthy train of copper ore and empty sulphuric acid tanks. Power today comes in the form of SD40-2s 1735, 1733 and SD75i 2105.
The southbound Northlander makes its station stop at Swastika, Ontario.
Southbound 308 rolls past mile 29 of the Ramore Subdivision April 9th, 2014
It's about 1015 in the morning October 20, 2004 as Head End Crew Wayne and Lincoln aboard this morning's 422 with GP38-2 1806 providing today's power throttle down and apply some brake as they com... (more)
ONT 2102 and ONT 1735 hustle 92 cars northward to Cochrane.