With the spectacular Red Rock Cuesta providing the backdrop, CP 5039 leads a Nipigon Sub boarding car movement westward through the twists and turns along the mouth of the mighty Nipigon River and... (more)
The sunlight finally breaks free of the clouds and finds CP 7022 and CMQ 1002 just in time. Train 113 has nearly completed its 12 mile climb up Bowker Hill and will soon tip over the summit and b... (more)
A pair of CP's newly acquired barns return to familiar rails resting in the yard at Schreiber between work train assignments on the White River, Heron Bay and Nipigon Subs. Many nights spent watch... (more)
D-Day 6644 rests in front of the abandoned (and soon to be demolished for obvious reasons) Pool 8 elevator.
New CP heritage SD70 7013 was supposed to lead the afternoon box train out of Thunder Bay. Encountering mechanical issues and being B/O for leading, the only other available power in the terminal ... (more)
Cloud cover breaks just in time to light up the beautiful fall colours lining the walls of the Kaministiquia River valley. A nice set of power breaks the silence leading an afternoon X436 toward T... (more)
The right hogger for the job gives a friendly wave handling grain loads downgrade towards the port of Thunder Bay. The first snowfall of the season clings to the trees along the Matawin River vall... (more)
D-Day tribute CP 6644 leading potash empties through the hamlet of Finmark, Ontario.
CP 6644 blends in nicely with the fresh leaves while leading potash empties across the Matawin River.
A pair of increasingly rare breeds take in the last of the sun awaiting an evening run westward.
A pair of tunnel motors switch Canada Malt on the shores of Lake Superior.
Royal Canadian Pacific departs Thunder Bay and heads out onto the Nipigon Sub. Seen here passing alongside the Marina Park/waterfront and downtown Port Arthur.
A summer day draws to an end as coke empties have just completed they're offload at TBTL and await a crew for the trip westward to Rainier, MN.
CN 840 arrives clear of the OCS limits on the Kashabowie Sub and is 4 miles away from its termination point at Neebing Yard.
Deer along with 3 abandoned elevators provide a very Thunder Bay like backdrop as A437's power rests on the wye prior to its evening departure to Fort Frances and eventually Winnipeg.