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Anticipation: OSR's two FP9A's respond to the crew's heavy throttle application with snow drifts ahead.. a glorious, melodic sound is heard as their 567's groan in response, and our hearts (Crew and photographer) are all beating faster knowing that something exciting is about to happen. I won't post the next image immediately folks, but please comment below what you think comes next :)
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Caption: Anticipation: OSR St. Thomas job's two FP9A's respond to the crew's heavy throttle application with snow drifts ahead.. a glorious, melodic sound is heard as their 567's groan in response, and our hearts (Crew and photographer) beat faster knowing that something exciting is about to happen.

I won't post the next image immediately folks, but please comment below what you think comes next :)

Photographer:
Stephen C. Host [792] (more) (contact)
Date: 12/27/2017 (search)
Railway: Ontario Southland (search)
Reporting Marks: OSR 1401, 6508 (search)
Train Symbol: St. Thomas Turn (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Not Provided
City/Town: Oxford County (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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5 Comments
  1. Thank you – Dave it’s all luck of the draw, since you really can’t chase OSR too easily. I didn’t scount in advance either..

    I almost stopped near Mossley and just kept trucking.. saw the drifts, and was like whoa.. hope I had enough time to walk in – only had 30 seconds to spare. I didn’t see any other large drifts but I missed 2/3′rds of the crossings.

  2. You got the shot I went looking for and paid a price for trying to catch them at Mossley. =)

  3. Beautiful image.
    Very well composed.

  4. here is hoping you left the sunroof closed. LOL

  5. The two FP9A unit hit the huge snowbank then you get hit by the big drift of snow:)

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