CP train #113, the morning intermodal heads through Neys, as scene from the parks boat launch on the shore of the Little Pic River
Tracing the rugged shoreline and scenery of Lake Superior, along with an occasional visit alongside Canada Highway 17, is Canadian Pacific train No. 118 at Neys, Ontario, on June 12, 2016.
CP 421 twists through Neys
CP 420 crosses the Little Pic River
CP 5866 gives all it has with a pair of GEVO's struggling to lift 420's freight up the hill with another mile left before summit.
CP 8863 + CP 8890 pull 123 cars of 420's freight over the Little Pic River and alongside Lake Superior
Due to a major derailment on the CN Ruel Sub, CN has been detouring intermodal trains over the CP. Here we have CN 5800 + BCOL 4603 pulling through Neys with train "CN Q10632 10" running... (more)
CP 9605 chugs away up Neys Hill
Eighth notch all the way to summit, a pair of SD40-2's pull hard up Neys Hill
CP 6045 + CP 9012 pull 420's freight of 17 mixed/75 racks through Neys
CP 9605 and CP 8939 on the tailend have 3 racks/143 platforms under control through Neys
Set up to fail... CP 8536 + CP 6610 pull 97 cars through a "restricting block" with no shot for the hill, and traction motors cut out on the 6610 fate would be ahead at mile 79. CP 112-2... (more)
CP hotshot Vancouver VIF, BC - Toronto Vaughan IMS, ON stack train 100 climbs neys hill
CP 113 heads through Neys Park, across the Little Pic River trestle and along the rocky shoreline. Driftwood dots the rivers edge.
CP 112 struggles up Neys Hill with failing traction motors on the second unit