GEXR's Statford Yard engine takes a scenic tour on the through train to CN Toronto Mac yard and back.
Ontario Southland Railway engine OSRX 181 and Goderich-Exeter Railway Company engine LLPX 2210 practice their rule 105 training on their shared industrial trackage in North Guelph.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. ETR #9 is seen here trailing the train back down the Fergus sub toward Hespeler.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. RLK 1400 is seen here leading the ETR #9 excursion back down toward Hespeler.
The Telus engine returned an empty train to Toronto at the end of a very unusual parade of Eastbounds on the normally quiet Guelph sub.
St. Thomas Central Railways ran a mainline excursion up to Guelph. ETR #9 is seen here at the Guelph Via station on the siding.
Babcock and Wilcox occasionally sends very large loads along Guelph's rickety Fergus spur. These 500-tonne generators are referred to by the crew as blue bananas and sit on 2 12-axle heavy duty fl... (more)
Special Train en route form Woodstock to Toronto.
Special Train Toronto Milton turning on the Y.
GEXR's rental unit awaits a new truck at the junction of the former Fergus sub and the Guelph sub.
A derailment on the CN Dundas sub sent several trains up the GEXR Guelph sub, including this two-engine passenger train. The engine shown is at the back of the train.
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.
OSR 180, 504, 506, 10 cars and a caboose heading home on a very cold early march evening.