A pair of high hood geep's pull into Putnam with 7 loads of fertilizer for the Sylvite plant.
OSRX 383 and 373 sit idle at CP Woodstock while their crew has a late lunch.
The sun has just risen as OSRX 383 and 6508 sit next to Salford Shops.
A pair of first generation EMD units throttle up out of Ingersoll where they just lifted a dozen loaded multi-levels from CAMI.
OSRX 383 and 6508 lead loaded multi-levels along the St. Thomas Subdivision after working CAMI.
The OSR Woodstock Job passes the Beachville Post Office in 'downtown' Beachville, Ontario.
A few of the OSR's horses sit idle outside the shops in Salford. *Taken on property with full consent from employees*
The OSR Woodstock job trundles eastbound behind peoples backyards, in Beachville.
We stopped along the highway a few times whilst chasing the OSR eastward from Ingersoll to Woodstock. You can even see the railroad paparazzi running back to continue the chase.
After lifting the Woodstock multi's at Cami, OSR #383 notches up, eastbound out of Ingersoll.
Ontario Southland #383 drills Woodstock multi's at Cami.
The OSR Woodstock Job races traffic on Highway 9 entering downtown Beachville, Ontario. The pair of ex-Soo Line GP7s have their lengthy train of multis and mixed freight in check.
OSRX 383 & 175 start making their way towards Woodstock after picking up hoppers from Putnam and auto racks from Cami.
After lifting CAMI, we begin our chase to Woodstock by shooting this train winding through the S curve in Ingersoll. This shot has only recently become available as many trees have been cut down. ... (more)
OSRX 383 and 378 begin the work day by running light power into Ingersoll where they will then head east to Woodstock and collect auto interchange with CP.