Former GT/CV GP9 4138 parked at the Prairie Dog Central yard at Inkster Junction.
Prairie Dog Central 4-4-0 #3 was built by Dübs & Company, Glasgow, Scotland, in 1882, builder No. 1572, for the CP railway. It is the oldest operating steam loco in Canada. Seen here departing G... (more)
Striped. Recently repainted VLSX 5232 (an ex-CN 'straight' ex-CN SD40) shows off its nose stripes in the small Prairie Dog Central yard at Inkster Junction on a sunny morning.
Caboose on the rear. The Prairie Dog Central's 11 AM departure is getting ready to leave the station at Inkster Junction with their ex-CP caboose bringing up the rear. Steam is seen up fron... (more)
PDC 864 is seen at Prairie Dog Central Railway's base of operations at Inkster Junction. It is a GE 35-tonner that was built for Manitoba Hydro.
A freshly repainted SD40. VLSX 5232 may be the only 'straight' ex-CN SD40 still in service. It was repainted out of its faded zebra stripes during the past couple of months and sports a pai... (more)
With the day's run complete 4138 pulls the old coaches back to the shop.
No3 passes through Lilyfield.
No3 departs Gross Isle for the return trip to Inkster Jct.
No3 departs Gross Isle for the return trip to Inkster Junction.
No 3 heads back to Inkster Jct.
No 3 heads back to Inkster Junction.
No 3 returns to Inkster Junction.
The end of another successful trip as BNSF 1685 shoves the coaches back into the shop.