The conductor of CP 101 carrys a case of water to the engine to complete the crew change
CP Hotshot 101 leads off the westbound parade with Olympic GEVO's 8862-8861. This is the first train on the sub since 2008, due to the Holiday shutdown for New Years.
Might be wrong about the train ID, but really, who could tell?
Check the full-size to see the roller-coaster that 101-11 is passing through. Mt. Bosworth is in the background.
101-11 is smoking a lot a short while after the engineer activated the dynamic brakes for the first time in a while. Given my positioning, this worried me!
101-11 rolls through the Wapta dip at the former site of Hector
CP 101-04 accelerates after meeting 108-06, and waiting for some construction equipment to come across (Which it didn't do in all the time I was there)
In the first light of the day, CEFX 1056 leads train 101 over the Little Pic River.
CP 8868 west screams through Pritchard with a pair of Olympic GEVO's.
Both ends of CP 101 can be seen as it descends Neys Hill.
CP train 101 arrives at Thunder Bay.
CP 101 climbs westward out of Savanne.