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)
This picture falls under the category "neat". I had no idea I had a perfect reflection of myself and the two friends I was with until I got home. The second unit had dangling access panels so the ... (more)
Chicago city transit bilevel commuter cars on their way to Montreal to be worked on make an unscheduled stop at Aldershot. This derailment apparently involved three trains when it happened some 15... (more)
CP's just-on-time frame train crosses the CN Dundas sub at Carew diamond on the St. Thomas sub on its way back to St. Thomas with a load of empties.
A local train from Lambton yard to Guelph Junction and back arrives at Guelph Junction with its long nose forward and a very short train. It left an hour later with its engines back to back and on... (more)
GEXR's rental unit awaits a new truck at the junction of the former Fergus sub and the Guelph sub.
A St. Lawrence and Hudson engine leads the expressway Westbound.
CP 9100 doubles it up the escarpment in a February snow storm.
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.
GEXR 432's trailing flatbed carries an almost insect-like load toward Toronto Mac Yard