Edmonton, AB - Montreal, PQ appears along the rugged shore of Lake Superior as it twists into Neys.
CP 100 climbs up Neys hill with over 11000ft curving around Neys Park on the north shore of Superior
With close to 10000 tons on the drawbar it is all upto CP AC4400CWM 8062 + EMDX SD70ACe-T4 7205 operating mid train to lift 420's train up the ruling grade on the sub; Neys Hill.
CP 112 knocks down the approach to Coldwell
The westbound manifest train has just crested the hill with almost 10000' of freight behind.
CP 7009 + CEFX 1006 lug 421's freight through Neys
Toronto Yard, ON - Vancouver Coquitlam, BC train 103 with CP AC4400CWM 8014, CP AC4400CW 8556, + CP SD40-2's 5901 + 5792 are crossing The Little Pic River trestle, and along the granite rocks dott... (more)
A weathered ES44AC + clean SD70ACU provide the power for a short 4000' manifest as it crosses The Little Pic River.
Neys Provincial Park; At the end of a nearly mile and a half long sandy beach lies the mouth of the Little Pic River as it spills into Lake Superior. Further up is the Canadian Pacific mainline. H... (more)
At the end of a nearly mile and a half long sandy beach lies the mouth of the Little Pic River as it spills into Lake Superior. Further up is the Canadian Pacific mainline. Train 112 with over 100... (more)
CP 8165 + CP 7016 have 112's freight in check, curving across the Little Pic River.
CP 118 crosses the Little Pic River trestle at Neys with a fairly new rebuild upfront
Vancouver Deltaport, BC - Toronto Yard, ON stack train #104 makes its way through Neys, and across the Little Pic River trestle.
CP 112 has crested Neys Hill and begins to pick up speed
CP had plans to run a "GPS" Herzog ballast train from Sudbury but plans changed last night and it was combined with regular 421 at Cartier and designated a 2421-16 instead. Bummer! That ... (more)