GEXR 431 crests the grade out of Acton displaying a welcomed SP decal reviving the units history in the final week of GEXR's Guelph Sub operations
GEXR 431 climbs the grade past the Shantz Station Terminal as it nears Kitchener for work
GEXR 580 is arriving in Guelph to interchange cars with GEXR 582 that is already awaiting their arrival in XV yard
Waiting the passing of VIA 84, GEXR 582 sits in the weeds along side the main with 2 520 ton steam generators destined for Hamilton where they will be shipped up the Mississippi
After an approximate 2 hour delay, the highly anticipated dimensional move is now underway reversing to the main line at Alma St. These 2 520 ton steam generators will be forwarded to CN at Georeg... (more)
GEXR 431 passes through control point Hanlon with the recently acquired QGRY 6908, ex Alstrom Canada leading an ex SP tunnel motor, and ex MP SD40-2
Leading for what I believe the first time, GEXR 431 throttles up approaching control point Hanlon with the recently acquired QGRY 6908, ex Alstrom Canada leading
Having left the CN Halton Sub at Georgetown, 909 and its four LRC coaches will follow GEXR rails to their next stop, Guelph.
VIA 87 passes Dufferin Acton Quarry on its way to Guelph.
VIA 84 arrives into Kitchener under the watchful eyes of passengers waiting to board.
VIA 85 crosses above the frigid waters of the Grand River in Kitchener on its way from Toronto to Sarnia.
GEXR TESTING NEW LOCOMOTIVES FOR GM DIESEL
LLPX 2236 - GEXR 3843 - VSRR 4046 - GEXR 4019 - LLPX 2210 - GEXR 3835 were pulling over a hundred cars in the midst of CN detours over the line.
The so-called "John Deere" engine leads train #431 West on the Eastern outskirts of Guelph. The VSRR reporting marks have since been painted out.
GEXR 432's trailing flatbed carries an almost insect-like load toward Toronto Mac Yard