The OSR Woodstock job trundles eastbound behind peoples backyards, in Beachville.
We stopped along the highway a few times whilst chasing the OSR eastward from Ingersoll to Woodstock. You can even see the railroad paparazzi running back to continue the chase.
After lifting the Woodstock multi's at Cami, OSR #383 notches up, eastbound out of Ingersoll.
Ontario Southland #383 drills Woodstock multi's at Cami.
Chessie lives! - Ontario Southland's GP9 #175 is a novelty in and of itself, as the Chesapeake and Ohio 'Chessie' cat can still be seen through the Patina, all these years later. ... (more)
CN 581 is a road switching train that operates in the evenings out of Ingersoll to the Cami auto plant and back. To get there, it takes a short hop over the St. Mary's sub from the Dundas to the C... (more)
CP 1650 and 1516 head up the St. Thomas sub running light to switch the Cami auto plant.