Winding through curves climbing Neys Hill
Climbing Neys Hill
The tailend of this 95 car train is seen above the Little Pic River. The cracks in the 3 billion year old rock were formed 10,000 years ago in the ice age. CP #220-CP 8714, 9630, 22 h/e mixed, 73 ... (more)
CP #108-CP 9502, CEFX 1039, intermodal @ 08:53 ~ TLAU, CPPU, CDAU, NYT, K Line, Cosco, Hapag Lloyd, OOCL @ 08:53
CP 5764 & 6612 sure show a difference in paint! This train is a small mow train with 18 air dumps and a flatcar.
CP #435-CP 5728, 5696, 5746, 48 mixed-210 axles @ 12:18 ~ 3100ft suprises a kayaker on the Little Pic River!
CP #107-CP 9107, 9585, SOO 6609, 94 intermodal platforms @ 13:03 ~ MOL, Cosco, Hapag Lloyd, OOCL, K Line, Maersk Line, CPPU crosses over the Little Pic River
CP 8704 & CN 2541 are just about to reach the top of Neys Hill
A pair of bluebirds leads a CP Ships/Hapag Llyod & OOCL container train
CP #106-CEFX 1055, 1022, intermodal, 24 t/e autoracks @ 10:22 snakes through the curves at Neys.
CP #120-CP 9106, 9523, intermodal, mixed-408 axles @ 10:10 does 12mph up Neys Hill
CP 435 with its 51 car consist winds its way down Neys Hill splicing a block signal for the next siding Middleton. The Trans Canada Highway is the road which follows the railway tracks. Note the i... (more)
eastbound over the Little Pic