CP 9643 heads over the trestle as the sun burns off some fog over the Little Pic River
CP 9643 brings 220's freight up Neys Hill
An 80 car freight takes the curves at Neys; this would be the 2nd last train before being combined with 223 with the economy and carload freight declining.
CP 103 takes a curve heading down Neys Hill
CP 110 curves up Neys Hill with 110 cars!
STLH 5560, CP 6608, CP 6078, CP 6037, CP 9009, CP 5903 pull 61 cars downgrade
CP 103 crosses the Little Pic River with a lengthy train of 115 cars and a midtrain remote.
CP 112 slows down as the train begins its trek up the 3.5 mile controlling grade
CP 8889 passes through tight curves at sunset on its descent of Neys Hill.
CP 108 climbs Neys Hill
CP 301, an empty grain train is crossing the Little Pic River bridge on its way towards Thunder Bay. Power is CP 9534 - CP 8853.
CP 5904 leads CP 223 through tight curves & tall rock cuts down Neys Hill.
CP 9645 + CP 9572 and mid train remote CP 8792 pull Quebec bound grain loads up Neys Hill
A rare StL&H 5615 leads a short 435 through tight curves and down the hill at Neys.
Snaking along the north shore, the Royal Canadian Pacific rekindles memories of a better time in rail transportation.