CP 222 twists up Neys Hill on a very cold winter day.
With the dyno's on, CP 9130 leads a 113 platform stack train through the curves at Neys. Fourty One platforms back CP 9109 assists.
Turning away from Lake Superior, crossing the Little Pic River, and climbing Neys Hill.
CP 8602 solo crests Neys Hill.
Grinding up Neys Hill.
Climbing Neys Hill.
CP 222 curves away from a steamy Lake Superior and is about to cross the Little Pic River.
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.
Priority Intermodal from Toronto Vaughan to Vancouver Pitt Meadows with Calgary Automotive on the headend
CP 105 heads towards CP's Coquitlam yard in Vancouver, Canada. Train 105 consists of blocks for New Westminister autoracks, Centerm and Vanterm [Hyundai, Cosco, MOL, APL, OOCL] intermodal, a Delta... (more)
A beautiful winter scene unfolds as CP 222 curves away from the steamy waters of Lake Superior and begins the climb up Neys Hill.
Crossing the Little Pic River and climbing Neys Hill.
CP 221 descents Neys Hill and crosses the Little Pic River on a foggy summer day.
CP 104 parallels the highway as it climbs Neys Hill.