Port Stanley, Ontario
Parkside level crossing repair 2016.
Replacing worn rail on level crossing at Parkside requring closure
for a week May 9-13, 2016.
OSR was the contractor using welded rail from GMD London plant track removal done by OSR.
Note the corroded rail base due to road salt and signal voltage.
Brand new HARSCO tamper.
Installing the rubber flange. Wednesday, May 11th.
Installing special clips to hold the rubber.
Ballasted and tamped track looks pretty good!
Levelling out the rock ballast on Parkside siding used to run around tourist trains.
Four photos of borrowed Ontario Southland's Liebherr hy-rail brush
cutter. March 12, 2016
PSTR volunteers worked several weekends until March 13th. Trains to start following weekend.
L1 (ex CS&G 2003, 104) acq. 10/1982 GE 25-ton #31575 6/1952
L2 Donald (CS&G 2001, 103) acq. 2/1984 CLC/Whitcomb 50-ton #2634 3/1950
L3:1st (nee CO 5242) with work
train. SW9 124 tons GMD A151 2/1951
L3 in newer paint scheme still not numbered. "Port" 2/03/1980 A.W. Mooney
Note: Sold 1997 to OSR in order for Don to purchase much lighter 70-tonner L4.
L4 acq. 1997 (ex LASCO 1, nee PGE 556) 70-ton GE 30440 2/1950
L5 Albert (ex CS&G 2002, 102) Acq. 1993 CLC/Whitcomb #2410/#60811
THB 71 beautifully restored as privately owned summer "cottage" for PSTR principal.
Sold 7/2006 to Puddicombe Estate Farms and Winery, Winona, Ontario
Note: Much of the equipment has long been owned by principal PSTR people
CN 78491 beautifully restored and owned by PSTR principal. Port Stanley
Note: Same owner relocated to private residence.
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