Surrounded by the last of the fall leaves & a light dusting of snow, CEFX 1029 twists around endless rock cuts & curves as it winds up the 3 mile Neys Hill; the ruling grade on the Heron Bay Sub.
A rare StL&H 5615 leads a short 435 through tight curves and down the hill at Neys.
Both ends of CP 108 are seen twisting through the Canadian Shield.
CP 9732 leads a long intermodal/automotive 116 up Neys Hill. Tailend DPU can be seen in the distance.
CP 9801 passes the approach signal to Middleton.
CEFX 1038 solo slowly leads train 104 up Neys Hill and has just passed the approach signal to Middleton.
Recently CP has put mid or end train DPU's on most of their trains in Northern Ontario. Here we see CP 9801 leading train 108 up Neys Hill, and CP 9642 off in the distance assisting from the rear.
CP 116 passes whats left of a transport accident.
Unfortunatly, this train wasn't long enough to show both ends in the picture, but it still makes for a nice shot!
Both ends of CP 106 are seen skirting the Canadian Shield through Neys, Ontario.
CP 103 descends Neys Hill.
Both ends of CP 108 can be seen as it climbs Neys Hill.
Both ends of this train barely fit in the frame as CEFX 1036 grinds up Neys Hill.
Both ends of CP 101 can be seen as it descends Neys Hill.
Both end's of the train can be seen here as CP 104 climbs Neys Hill. Note: About 4 miles down the line this train would be involved in a rear end collision with train #116-21 (CP 9111E).