Montreal, PQ - Vancouver, BC stacks pass over the Little Pic River at Neys. Both the Trans Canada Highway and the CP have spectacular bridges here.
After getting a light at Middleton; the Edmonton IMS, AB - Montreal Hochelaga, PQ stacker pokes out of the bush along the rugged shores of Superior following 100-14's freight.
Westbound geometry train operating from Chapleau, ON - Thunder Bay, ON makes its way across The Little Pic River trestle.
CP 421 crests the hill at Neys with a heavy freight/combo of Herzog ballast.
Toronto Yard, ON - Vancouver IMS, BC stacker #101 takes a few twists decending Neys hill
CP AC4400CW 8019 + CP ES44AC 8865 have a 173 platform intermodal passing through Neys across The Little Pic River trestle. CP AC4400CWM 8160 is in DP mode 121 platforms back.
CP 8876, 9727, CMQ 9017 have 119's freight in check crossing The Little Pic River trestle. CP 8876 is the last CP unit to wear the white stripe from the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, and CMQ 9017 wears... (more)
The Vancouver IMS, BC - Toronto Yard, ON hotshot intermodal #100 climbs and twists through Neys with 10417' of train.
Intermodal/Manifest train 118 passes through the ruggedness of Neys along the north shore of Lake Superior
With Montreal-bound stacks in tow, a pair of clean Canadian Pacific rebuilds charge train no. 118 over the Little Pic River at Neys Provincial Park.
Toronto-Winnipeg train 421-18 heads west on the Heron Bay Sub.
100-16's train crosses the Little Pic River on CP's Heron Bay Sub.
CP 8114, CP 8580 and CP 7020 soar across the Little Pic River on the Heron Bay Sub with 113's train.
112-15's train heads east on the scenic Heron Bay Sub.
CP 8043 and 7022 lead train 112-15 across the Little Pic River.