The sound of MLW's fill the morning air coupled with the sound of ice and tree branches falling all around, the extra road switcher marches northwards to Guelph. Thanks for the smoke show Bruce !
With OSR far behind in switching due to the recent ice storm, a weekend job was ordered to play catch up. Seen here, the crew finishes spotting up one lime car at Owens Corning while the brakeman ... (more)
What began as knowing when and where the train was ordered turned into a wild goose chase to Woodstock from Guelph, after meeting CP 254 at Blandford, CP 6007 West eases into Woodstock with a trio... (more)
With all hope being lost on shooting a southbound train on the MacTier Sub, my scanner crackled to life when CP 6037 S called the Palgrave mileboard. CP6037 and CP9595 lead CP 420 through Palgrave... (more)
Caught up behind train 254 in last nights ice storm fiasco, CP 242 is seen blasting off with a nice lash up to Toronto after cleaning out a switch at Guelph Jct.
Clearing away the trees from last nights ice storm.
Engineering forces are out and about clearing off down trees from the right of way as seen here along Canadian Pacific's North Toronto Subdivision.
After working Traxxside and the GEXR interchange, OSR's only day job heads back through Guelph to work PDI Elizabeth St and PDI Liquid Yard before heading home.
Northbound through the Arkell countryside, 3 former CPR locomotives lead a short train towards Guelph on the former CP Goderich Subdivision.
The onward march north, CP 9824 heads up the Hamilton Subdivision on this gloomy Sunday afternoon.
Talk about a stroke of luck, the CP Holiday Train slows to a stop at Puslinch before taking the siding to meet CP 240.
The US Holiday Train sits at Guelph Junction East for the passage of CP 247 who's on a long sluggish climb up the Hamilton Subdivision.
Knocking down the clear signal at the east end of Cherrywood siding, CP 3111 and 8249 muscle the Oshawa Turn westbound with multi's loaded with new GM cars to Agincourt Yard.
A one unit wonder picks up speed after working Lambton Yard to the east.
An extra dimensional move from Mac Yard to Hamilton is seen crossing the Credit River Bridge with a pair of old horses for power.