Shortly after yarding the daily eastbound A436 into Port Arthur Yard, CN 6100 rests on the east leg of the wye.
Shot looking south from the only tunnel on the abandoned CN Kinghorn Sub. The ice forming over the portal of the tunnel is a sign that this line hasn't seen a train in quite some time. The last tr... (more)
A rare StL&H 5615 leads a short 435 through tight curves and down the hill at Neys.
Plow movement heads east along the Heron Bay sub to begin spreading sidings in the ongoing battle with a Lake Superior Winter!
CP 441's light power backs down to New Yard to fetch it's train.
CP 223 looks much better leaving Thunder Bay with the 5982 leading, instead of the 9604 that it arrived with!
CN 7213 & slug painfully shove one of five dimensional reactors over the crossovers and into Port Arthur Yard.
Port Arthur yard job passes the power for G841 & A437 at sunset.
CN A436 has just arrived in Port Arthur Yard as light power. Later that evening the outgoing crew would split the power, and the 5274 would be used solo on G841, and the 2307 would be used later i... (more)
CP 9005 arrives at White River for a crew change and passes the old station in downtown White River.
CN 7213 & slug pull up the first of 5 giant reactor loads up the Port Arthur wye from the Keefer Terminal. They will then be backed in Port Arthur Yard and combined to make a special dimensional t... (more)
CP 222 heads over the west switch at Bremner, the first siding on the Heron Bay Sub.
A rare mix of CN & CP power gets ready to depart Thunder Bay with train 441.
A large crowd in the far left enjoys the 2008 CP Holiday Train.
Exhaust pours out of CP 9005 as it accelerates back up to track speed after waiting 30 minutes for a T.O.P to clear.