Ordinarily the hottest train on the railroad, westbound 101 has taken the hole at Banff for an eastbound 684-axle empty grain train.
On the left is a rock train, presumably staged for contin... (more)
Nothing like a little sunshine to make the arrival of winter weather more bearable. Here CP 8828 and CP 8858 flank CP 9715.
CP 101 departs Portage for Brandon.
CP train 101 approaching the Depot in Thunder Bay with Sperry Rail Car SRS 138 in the background.
CP's hottest westbound passes through farm country just east of Portage.
After meeting a Southbound at Craighurst, the crew aboard 9612 tries to make up lost time as they approach Medonte.
Westbound intermodal train 101 clears the west end of Broadview Yard after making a crew change between Brandon and Moose Jaw crews.
CP 101 arrives at Thunder Bay during the first snowstorm of the 2008-2009 season.
Hard to believe but a year later CP 101 is no longer a symbol and a sd 40-2 leading an intermodel train is a sight that is no longer seen.
CP 101 rolls away from the depot after a quick crew change.
CP 101 curves through the picturesque Lake Superior village of Rossport, Ontario. During the days of steam & passenger travel Rossport was a fishing village, with CP passenger trains stopping to p... (more)
Busy time down at the depot in Thunder Bay! CP 101 and CP 103 occupy the north and south tracks, and 2 sets of yard power idle outside of the depot as it is getting close to shift change.
As the sun sets at the end of another beautiful winter day, train 101 arrives at Thunder Bay for a quick crew change.
CP 8811 arrives in Thunder Bay with train 101.
CP 101 arrives at Thunder Bay at sunset and passes a very empty Current River yard.