CP 8753 leads train 114 around steep rock bluffs and momentarily leaves the shores of Lake Superior to cross the Little Pic River and begin its assault on Neys Hill.
Via Rail's "Lake Superior" prepares to depart White River bound for Sudbury some 9 hours down the line.
CN 9549 leads the southbound passenger freight away from the depot at Hawk Junction after a quick 10 minute station stop.
The southbound "Tour of the Line" passenger freight departs Hawk Junction after a quick station stop & a meet with the northbound freight L571.
CP 114 twists around steep rock walls along the shore of Lake Superior, crosses the Little Pic River, and begins the long climb up Neys Hill; the ruling grade on the Heron Bay Sub.
CP 9802 & 3 SD40-2 approach Schreiber with a 221 consisting mostly of grain empties. At the beginning of April, the north shore received a severe ice/snow storm which bent over tree's and left the... (more)
CP 103 charges uphill past the west approach sign to Savanne, the longest siding on the Kam Sub.
With evidence of recent work from a spreader, the "Tour of the Line" arrives at Hawk Junction. Sadly, since the CN takeover, Hawk Junction (and much of the old ACR) is a mere fraction of what it u... (more)
One engine wonder leads a manifest along the Matawin River out of Thunder Bay.
On a bitter cold January night, CP 104 is tied down at MP 0.3 Kaministiqua Sub while CP 103 approaches after crew changing at the depot.
Minutes before sunset, CP 8624 flies through Bremner with a lengthy 113 in tow.
CP 5949 leads train 221 through some of the most difficult terrain on the Canadian Pacific mainline.
CN 5613 leads a loaded rail train through the countryside west of Thunder Bay. This loaded rail train consists of the last rails ripped up on the western portion of the abandoned CN Kinghorn Subdi... (more)
After a quick crew change, CP 9802 leads three SD40-2's and a train of mostly grain empties out of Schreiber.
CP 8875 threads along the shores of Lake Superior and is about to enter the Cavers Tunnel.