Working west towards St Thomas, the OSR's plow extra with 1927 vintage CP plow 401005 blasts through snow west of Putnam.
Best viewed from a distance unless you like the adrenaline of standing close.
After plowing the Port Burwell Spur all the way into Tillsonburg, the plow extra heads back to Salford and eventually Woodstock before plowing the St. Thomas Subdivision to St. Thomas.
Looks like I'm about to get snow jobbed....Doing a fair decent clip, the OSR plow takes a second run at a cut north of Belmont.
The OSR's CP plow is hitting a crossing at speed on the St Thomas line.
Looking like a classic Canadian plow train with a pair of F's and a former CP plow the OSR is clearing the line south to Tillsonburg.
As new snow begins to fall the plow extra heads west to St. Thomas to reopen the line from the previous night's snow storm.
Even the smallest drift can produce a spectacular impact between plow and snow drift...
The plow extra slows as it enters the outskirts of Tillsonburg.
The plow extra passes the deadline at Mount Elgin as it continues south to Tillsonburg.
A staged photo of the plow extra under the telltale leftover from an era past.
An OSR plow extra works its way south towards Tillsonburg leaving a solid trail of flying snow in its wake.
A plow extra cuts across a rural road as it heads southwest towards St. Thomas to reopen the line.
A pace shot of an OSR plow extra as it rockets towards St. Thomas.
An OSR plow extra runs south towards Tillsonburg to reopen the line after severe winds caused heavy drifting.