While everyone else talks about snow, it's a rainy autumn afternoon in Guelph. The daily Monday to Friday roadswitcher out of Guelph Jct is seen heading back south to finish off PDI Elizabeth St a... (more)
Ontario Southland Railway's Job Number One is heading back to Guelph Junction with interchange traffic for CP's London Pickup Job to lift tonight and is seen running through John Galt Park in Guel... (more)
A trio of paint matching MLW's head south through down to switch out PDI Elizabeth and weigh in a car at Huntsman before heading back to the junction.
Looking very much like a scene from the past, a pair of ex-CP units on ex-CP rails lead the southbound GJRY train back to Guelph Junction passing over the Eramosa Trestle along the way.
Rumbling through town with traffic for CN's MacMillan Yard in Toronto, GEXR 432 heads east with the GATX 7369 on point and the 'Espee' trailing. With the exception of the mainline, much of Guelph'... (more)
The conductor has just finished cutting in two D5 loads on GEXR train no. 432. The loads are from Cambridge, Ontario for interchange with CN in Toronto.
Headed for Toronto's MacMillan Yard, GEXR 432 rolls through Guelph, Ontario on a snowy post New Years Day with a venerable pair of EMD's in charge. Intersecting Kent Street, this is Guelph's versi... (more)
What may look like a CPR unit from the front is in reality OSRX 8235 (ex CP 8235), she and her recently acquired CPR sister OSRX 1210 (ex CP 1210) still in Canadian Pacific colours and lettering w... (more)
The VIA CFL Special has reached its destination at River Run Centre in downtown Guelph. This is a specially wrapped VIA consist to celebrate the 100th Grey Cup across Canada in partnership with Ro... (more)
The VIA CFL Special backs through Downtown Guelph. The train features a specially wrapped consist with murals of CFL players to celebrate the 100th Grey Cup as well as a museum in the interior of ... (more)
GEXR 3821 leads 432 through Guelph on its way eastbound.
OSR 181 and 504 (RS-23) have completed servicing customers in north Guelph and, having assembled their train, begin the slow trek back home to Campbellville.
CP 968 with 5995 continuous welded rail train clear to begin/end CTC siding Guelph Junction to meet 243 and 441 that got a straight shot the OCS into London. I personally think this turned out qui... (more)
A pair of SD40-2's struggle to crest the Niagara escarpment as heavy snow batters everything within it's grasp. The real dangers are applicable when visibility is reduced.
The crew of the Ontario Southland Railway brings their train south through snow covered Guelph after working the industrial park at the north end of town.