Algoma Central Railway F9s 1756/1750/1754/1755/1751 prepare to depart the beautiful Agawa Canyon and its autumn (fall) colours. Note the heritage business car attached to 1751. I spent most of t... (more)
Agawa Canyon excursion train on its return trip to the Soo crosses the Montreal River trestle built over a Hydro-Electric Dam
Photographed from the Agawa Canyon train the year old SD sits at the Steelton Yd facility.
The Steelton switcher grabs the Agawa Canyon train to pull back to Steelton Yd after arrival in the rain.
Sault Ste. Marie - Hearst train #1 leaves the Soo with a former Ontario Northland steam generator tucked in behind the GP38-2 up front.
On board the Algoma Central Agawa Canyon Tour before Wisconsin Central and CN upgraded it to World Class status.
The "Namekagon 400" arriving in Spooner, Wisconsin. The open field was once the Spooner yard.
The "Namekagon 400" running over the WGN (ex-C&NW) heading for Spooner.
The "Namekagon 400" departing South Itasca headed for Spooner, Wisconsin. This was a special trip for the C&NW Historical Society's 2001 convention.
The "Namekagon 400" was the name of the special charter train operated between Superior and Spooner, Wisconsin for the C&NW Historical Society's 2001 convention. The power was two Algoma Central ... (more)
Parked next to the turntable, ACR 181 and 183 rest between assignments.
The signing of a release granted full access to the Algoma Central roundhouse, a very photogenic setting for the road's motive power.
The highest numbered GP7 on the Algoma Central idles outside of the railroad's shops in Sault Ste. Marie.
An Algoma Central Railway ore train arrives at Michipicoten, Ontario in September of 1980. The sinter plant at Wawa closed in 1997, and in 2001 the entire branch was abandoned and rails removed.
These beautiful locomotives were especially photogenic in winter. This photo was taken shortly after the Wisconsin Central acquisition. Note the WC heralds on the nose.