CP 8605 begins to slow for a meet at Gravel and crosses the Little Cypress River in early morning light.
The typical mourning sounds of birds chirping is drawn out by the sounds of dynamic breaks as four.......... count'em FOUR SD40-2's begin their descent into Thunder Bay with a heavy manifest freig... (more)
Just before sunset, CN 5613 leads a loaded rail train westward on the Kashabowie Subdivision through the thick Northern Ontario boreal forest.
Quite alot worth mentioning in this shot. Not too often 3 trains are seen in the mostly dead-quiet Port Arthur Yard; CN 5613 with rail train 491, train 437's light power waiting a crew on the stub... (more)
CP 113 crests the hill at O'Brien and begins its descent into White River for a crew change.
Huron Central's Sault Ste. Marie yard switcher reflects its logo in a small puddle as it rests in the yard. Unfortunatly, time may be slowly ticking away for the HCR unless the line undergoes some... (more)
As a beautiful summer day comes to an end, CP 5949 leads train 221 along the rugged shores of Lake Superior just west of the Cavers Tunnels.
CP 222 twists around a frozen Cash Lake.
Tailend DPU shoves CP 102 through Mink Tunnel.
CP 101 arrives at Thunder Bay during the first snowstorm of the 2008-2009 season.
Wilson gives a wave as he haules some of the final loads from the idled Marathon Pulp mill.
CP 8889 passes through tight curves at sunset on its descent of Neys Hill.
CP Army train heads west into the setting sun.
Port Arthur yard job switches grain empties while 437 prepares to head west with an interesting lineup of power.
Early morning light finds CEFX 1030 leading train #112 uphill out of Thunder Bay.