The Agawa Canyon Tour Train has just arrived at it's destination with CN 105 bringing up the rear. At the time 105 was the only one of the three ex-DRGW Ski Train locomotives repainted into tour t... (more)
In the fall of 2011 only one of the ex Rio Grande Ski Train F40s CN acquired to run their Agawa Canyon Tour Train had been repainted, the remaining two still in the bumble-bee yellow and black sch... (more)
One of the ore cars on No. 12 derailed at the north switch Canyon - I don't remember anymore if it was account a sharp flange picking the points or if account a broken frog. I do remember the Dept... (more)
We're on board northbound train 631 to Hearst in the middle of the Agawa Canyon as we meet the Tour Train, just starting its southward trek back to Sault Ste. Marie.
The first bunch of day-trippers begin to filter out of their coaches and explore the park as CN 105 in its regal new paint shines in the sun.
AC 502 began life in 1913 as a Pullman Coach. It was converted to a Boarding Car in 1978 and then to this Agawa Canyon Park Souvenir Car in 1991. Last year it was looking pretty shabby, especially... (more)
CN 632 glides into Canyon on its southbound journey from Hearst to Sault Ste. Marie, the day after dropping us off here. Shot from the back porch of our caboose home for the week.
The tour train heads out of the Agawa Canyon on its way back to Sault Ste. Marie. Trailing locomotive 105 provides the smoke screen.
105 and 106 take to the siding to run around the tour train at Canyon.
Back in our favourite "camp", the Canyon View Camp Car in the Agawa Canyon, we had the most beautiful weather imaginable for the entire week! Just ten days before our arrival the entire park was f... (more)
A southbound passenger train from Hearst passes through the Agawa Canyon on its way to the Soo.