CP 9801 passes the approach signal to Middleton.
Not too often you see a solid 5 unit EMD lashup. CP 9102 leads train 222 up Neys Hill.
CEFX 1038 solo slowly leads train 104 up Neys Hill and has just passed the approach signal to Middleton.
CEFX 1038 solo leads a short 50 car freight up Neys Hill.
Recently CP has put mid or end train DPU's on most of their trains in Northern Ontario. Here we see CP 9801 leading train 108 up Neys Hill, and CP 9642 off in the distance assisting from the rear.
CP 108 seen from Neys Lookout.
In the first light of the day, CEFX 1056 leads train 101 over the Little Pic River.
CP 9720 has just crested Neys Hill and is crossing over the entrance to Neys Provincial Park.
In nice early morning light, CP 9720 begins the long climb up Neys Hill by crossing over the Little Pic River.
Descending Neys Hill.
CP 116 passes whats left of a transport accident.
Unfortunatly, this train wasn't long enough to show both ends in the picture, but it still makes for a nice shot!
Climbing Neys hill in early morning light.
Both ends of CP 106 are seen skirting the Canadian Shield through Neys, Ontario.
CP 103 descends Neys Hill.