Reply to "Ontario Northland Train"

082FAB64-BA25-4C7C-9D97-32C1E262E7B1E3CFA924-A07A-45EA-A12C-FAD631F09612D3B48860-8C8F-416E-A713-D91F735A9C03018EE0AA-EE31-4B99-AE5F-35B41368A218D418C929-5B22-4AF3-B746-7E729820B5815AD07C5E-8D24-4385-ABED-B1D0E8359FA48F6A8CF0-8FA9-46EF-96F2-51089522519AC3F5D8E3-3CE9-4FD3-85A5-4B4B58E833A3AE406B24-9602-4EFB-8028-5C0A728CCB2B1D799386-E9E6-4E81-B10F-C191637BFE4DOntario Northland was originally called the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario   

  It was built around early 1900s from North Bay to Moosonee

 The name changed mid 1940s so as not to be confused with the Texas and New Orleans railroad markings

  ONR had a small but varied steam roster that included switchers ,ten wheelers, consolidations, Mikes, Pacifics and the largest steam locos 4 Northern locos

  Unfortunately none have been offered in any scale as of yet

 Personally I find the first generation FP7s to be one of the most attractive paint schemes of any era

 Here are a few pics of the 1100s and early diesels





Photos (10)
OGR Publishing, Inc., 1310 Eastside Centre Ct, Suite 6, Mountain Home, AR 72653