Crew for todays DT 41 getting ready to take the units from the engine service area over to Talbot yard to pick up their train. Power is B&O 3742 & B&O 4196. Time was 10am.
Power off ST 98 having cut off their train in Talbot yard has arrived at the shop tracks to be serviced. The time recorded in my logs was 08:15am
Lead unit was B&O 3835 with B&O 4811 trailing.
NI 42 entering Talbot Yard with C&O 4098 - B&O 4101 with 41 cars and caboose 903293
ETR 9 gets a hand from an ex-CN Burro crane to load coal for the day's work. If you look closely, you can actually see the coal dropping out of the bucket. That is the ex-Michigan Central/NYC stat... (more)
As the transfer table is no longer operational, #9 had to get some help from this tractor.
The warm morning sun greets ETR #9 as she is prepped for the day's excursions. Taken from the transfer table pit.
CP 8921 the "Empress of Agincourt" looks sharp in her new paint as she sits proudly in front of the Elgin County Railway Museum.
Essex Terminal #9 goes for a ride on the transfer table. The table itself no longer works, but was instead moved by a tractor. Note how much the locomotive hangs over the end of the table.
"Engine, Engine, #9..." As seen from across the transfer table, Essex Terminal #9 (Montreal-built, 1929) heads off to begin the day's work.
Tomorrow's power for NS328 sits at St. Thomas patiently in the fall sun light.
Ferroequus 2100 is loaded onto a QTTX flatcar. The lead truck is down and the rear truck has a few more inches to go. Nikon D50, 18 - 55mm.