The last CP ES44AC to have part of its Olympic paint scheme intact (CP 8876) is trailing CP 8920 as CP 119 heads west through Pointe-Claire.
Loaded grain train 303-600 with CP's "Navy" military themed SD70ACU 7022 on the point is stopped at Stephen as empty sulphur train 608-015 passes by on the south track with CP's "Ar... (more)
Due the ongoing blockade of the Adirondack Subdivision just south of Montreal, Canadian Pacific detour train no 752 is exercising trackage rights over Canadian National Rouses Point Subdivision as... (more)
Three Canadian Pacific SD40-2s take the northbound wayfreight out of Canal Flats, British Columbia, on July 15, 2011. In the background Mount Sabine towers over the lower portion of Columbia Lake.
The rear end helper on 671 shoves up, while further up the line the head end pulls like mad to get the loaded potash train up the hill. It's not often everything lines up like this!
A loaded westbound potash train chugs down a 2% grade in a high notch, the rest of the train is still in Alberta!
It's spring in Canada. Can you tell?
Westbound exits Mt. McDonald Tunnel.