Selected as a Pure Canadiana feature in CANADIANA Oct.18, 2011
Selected as a weekly Editor’s Pick in Canadian Artists & Art, Oct. 20, 2011
Featured in CANADIANA Nov. 29, 2011
Featured in The Power Of Photography Feb. 26, 2012
Featured in High Quality Images June 1, 2012
Featured in THE GROUP June 5, 2012
Featured in Freedom To Shine Nov. 25, 2012
Featured in Feelin’ Good May 20, 2013
Featured in Feelin’ Good June 3, 2013
South Simcoe 136 was built in 1883 by Canadian Pacific Railway and for the rest of that decade helped build Canada’s transcontinental railroad. CPR retired 136 in 1960, after which was used in CBC’s TV series The National Dream, and several documentaries. It was then rebuilt and used for tourism duties. It began its duties for South Simcoe Railway in 1993 and operated until 2004 or 05 when it fell into boiler disrepair. It was out of service until August of this year, 2011 when it was returned to service. #136 is the oldest operating steam locomotive in Canada.
Image taken in Tottenham ON with my Nikon D80 and 70-300mm VR lens. Tottenham is about an hour north of Toronto.