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The OSR Woodstock Job approaches Domtar Line outisde of Beachville on a sunny May evening.  Last year I found myself working at a school in Woodstock which provided me with close proximity to the CN Dundas Subdivision, CP Galt Subdivision and CP St Thomas Subdivision.  It wasn't often that the OSR Woodstock Job would still be in Woodstock when I finished work but on this particular day I believe they had to wait on cars from CP which put them later out of Woodstock.  On such a lovely May Friday night I was in no rush to get home so a chase followed.  Domtar Line provides a nice curve for the trip back to Salford and is a favourite of mine.
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Caption: The OSR Woodstock Job approaches Domtar Line outisde of Beachville on a sunny May evening. Last year I found myself working at a school in Woodstock which provided me with close proximity to the CN Dundas Subdivision, CP Galt Subdivision and CP St Thomas Subdivision. It wasn't often that the OSR Woodstock Job would still be in Woodstock when I finished work but on this particular day I believe they had to wait on cars from CP which put them later out of Woodstock. On such a lovely May Friday night I was in no rush to get home so a chase followed. Domtar Line provides a nice curve for the trip back to Salford and is a favourite of mine.

Photographer:
Joseph Bishop [586] (more) (contact)
Date: 05/31/2019 (search)
Railway: Ontario Southland (search)
Reporting Marks: OSRX 6508 (search)
Train Symbol: OSR Woodstock Job (search)
Subdivision/SNS: CP St Thomas Subdivision (search)
City/Town: Beachville (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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8 Comments
  1. Eat your cabbage rolls, son :)

  2. Believe it or not, 3/4 Polish. Most English thing about my family is our last name. Grandparents on moms side both Polish. Grandparents on dads side, one Polish and one English.

  3. But your english no?

    I don’t claim to be irish or polish from my wife, i drink the guiness and love the pierogies and cabbage rolls though.

  4. I like to think of myself as Polish-Portuguese. A hybrid of both. I still love my pierogis, but some good Portuguese Bifana is so tasty.

  5. Bruce haven’t you heard? Jow’s Portugese now :)

  6. You weren’t in a rush to go the Polish Hall for the Friday-only $9.95 buffet…?? !!

  7. I’m a happy camper. Looks great. :-)

  8. They ran to Tillsonburg before going to Cami, so that put them later in the day heading to Woodstock. I clearly should have stuck around!

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