CP 100's DPU shoves the train through the endless lakes east of Superior in the Canadian Shield. Here they pass Cache Lake and a few camps.
The tailend remote of 100 pushes their train through the wilderness. The large Barrick Gold Williams Mine can be seen in the distance.
100-15's tailend remote shoves the train into the small community of Hemlo.
CP 420 rounds Cache Lake on a beautiful morning
On a somewhat gloomy spring day (in the middle of a polar vortex to boot) a pair of veteran SD40-2's pull a Winnipeg, MB - Chapleau, ON loaded rail train around the shore of Cache Lake.
CP SD40-2 5743 + CP GP20C-ECO 2313 have a Toronto Yard, ON - Winnipeg, MB relay rail train westbound through Hemlo.
CP SD70ACU 7010 leads 100's train along the shore of Cache Lake
CP 100 curves around Cache Lake on a beautiful morning
Vancouver, BC - Toronto, ON #100 skirts the frozen shore of Cache Lake on a beautiful spring morning.
Toronto - Winnipeg train 420 climbs the hill from Pringle to Hemlo with heavy tonnage
CP train 100 skirts the frozen shores of Cash Lake at mile 40 Heron Bay Sub
CP's Royal Canadian Pacific heads east along the Heron Bay Sub passing Cash Lake
CP ES44AC 8713 powers train #118 at Hemlo, ON
An ice fisherman takes in the last of the season jumping on his skidoo heading for Cash Lake, checking out the train passing by.
With the outside temperature of -34c, train 100 is under a "cold slow" as they make their way across while the sun slowly warms everything up.