CN 2519 leads northbound train 301 over CP's Parry Sound bridge on part of the Directional Running Zone between Boyne and St. Cloud.
CN 2888 and 8101 lead train 317 across the CP bridge spanning Parry Sound just after some heavy snowfall the previous night.
The train is probably the Toronto Section of the Canadian.
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
A CP manifest crosses the Seguin River at the head of the harbor in Parry Sound. The MV Chippewa III was originally built in 1955 as a "Maid of the Mist" boat to ply the tumultuous waters at the b... (more)
The CP Holiday Train crosses the Seguin River in Parry Sound just before its performance at the old CP station in town. The river is running fast and high due to about 4 feet of snow having melted... (more)
CP 4107 leads the RCP train through Parry Sound, Ontario on CN/CPs DRZ.
Canadian National train #303 cruises over the Parry Sound riding several hundred feet above the Seguin River, with 3 locomotives for the massive train. They are behind CP 101 and CN 107 and have c... (more)
Northbound Canadian National intermodal train 107 with a SD75i on point slowly cruises over the Parry Sound trestle stretching over 1,000 feet long over the Seguin river, built by Canadian Pacific... (more)
A NB CP train cruises over the Parry Sound trestle hauling intermodal containers. The Parry Sound docks are seen to the left.
Sudbury, ON - CSXT Buffalo Frontier, NY races south through Parry Sound with a short train... the spring run off is in full swing!
CN 413 heads across the CP Parry Sound trestle
CP 420's train heads Southbound down the CN Bala Sub running on the directional running zone.
*POOF* CN #112 blasts through a snow bank at Reynolds.
After a whistle salute to those waiting below, the Canadian version of the CP Holiday Train pauses briefly over the Seguin River in Parry Sound before making it's stop at Parry Sound Statio... (more)
2640 and IC 2458 lead train 301 across the 1,695 foot trestle in Parry Sound. The bridge was completed in 1907 with the first scheduled train travelling over the Seguin River, 105 feet below, in ... (more)