CP 108 grinds up Neys Hill. This is one of the few locations where both ends of the train can be seen.
Eastbound grain train climbing "The Hill" at mile 79.5 Heron Bay sub.
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