CP 101 arrives at Thunder Bay at sunset and passes a very empty Current River yard.
CP 9005 arrives at White River for a quick crew change.
Heading to spot the pulp sheds, the switcher stands infront of the massive Terrace Bay Pulp Mill.
Crew of the Nipigon Sub Work train starts up two old workhorses, and for about 15 minutes they filled downtown Schreiber with exhaust.
Under heavy skies, CP 107 departs Thunder Bay heading into the setting sun.
CN 8830 & IC 1026 are coming across Thunder Bay with a string of grain empties.
CP 9100 leads train 104 around the tight curve at the west end of the Schreiber yard at sunset.
CN 2267 was the first DPU ever used on a CN train in Thunder Bay. It arrived earlier with a 152 car G840 and is seen here still sitting on the tail end of the train at the west end of Neebing yard... (more)
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.