First, a couple of caveats! Disregard the locomotive and car numbers in the drawings. Some of the blue & yellow cars are generic coaches. The GO units are approximate, and the APCU would have operated with cab-end leading/tailing train. Many of the trains comprising blue & yellow and GO bilevel equipment would have had varying numbers of cars in tow - the former with 3-5 cars, the latter with 3-8 cars. VIA units would have operated elephant-style or back-to-back.
Apr 9/92 Ott-Tor No 41: 6919-6310-5628-3253-5611 (top photo)
Apr 10/92 Ott-Tor No 47: 6921-15448-3245-5522-5504 (below):
Mar 19/92 Ott-Tor No 49: 6308-3222-5447-5517
Apr 6/92 Tor-Mtl No 68 6428-6514-5569-3201-5531
Mar 18/92 Nia Falls-Tor No 636: 6424-8115-8113
Mar 20/92 Tor-Ott No 48: 6427-6312-3252-5437-5616-3032-5448
Mar 17/92 Tor-Ott No 40: 6438-15472-5576-3219-5652
Apr 20/92 Ott-Tor No 47: 6419-15469-103-108-3240-5736
Mar 30/92 Tor-Mtl No 64: 6422-15481-3212-109-100-3213-5531-9671
Mar 18/92 Tor-Mtl No 64: 6407-15468-5511-5654-3247-3242-3216-9624
Apr 19/92 Tor-Win No 75: 6447-GO 2042-2023-2027-2022-908
Apr 19/92 Sar-Tor No 80: GO 902-2035-2026-2047-721
Mar 21/92 Tor-Win No 75: GO 544-2250-2303-237
This concludes Trackside Treasure's three-part series. To review, the first post contained an historical account of Op Axle, and the second contained photos of Op Axle trains.
CN No 106 leads off my self-proclaimed Year of Photographing the Blisteringly Mundane! If I can force myself to photograph the blisteringly mundane, that is...
Actually, that graffiti is not all that mundane. Reporting marks restencilled over it!