I wanted to get a bit further up but try running up a snowy hill and breathing fridget -22C air in!!! 110-23 ~ 8766 + CP 8567//62 platforms//CP 8721//55 platforms/16 racks//9738 *9924 feet
In the step of its ancestors, CP's Royal Canadain Pacific makes its trek across Canada crossing the Little Pic River in Neys Provincial Park.
CP 9677 + CP 9017 struggle but manage to get train 2104 up the grade at Neys with 101 platforms.
CP 112 rolls through Neys on a bitterly cold morning. Note the steam coming off of Lake Superior!
With the remaining fall colors clinging to the tree's, CP 9634 drags CP 110 through the rock cuts & curves along the Canadian Shield.
Surrounded by the last of the fall leaves & a light dusting of snow, CEFX 1029 twists around endless rock cuts & curves as it winds up the 3 mile Neys Hill; the ruling grade on the Heron Bay Sub.
While sitting around the fire at night having some drinks with freinds, I hear a train approahing in the distance so I grab my camera and tripod and run down the trail from our campsite to the bea... (more)
While relaxing on the beach at Neys Provincial Park, I roll over grab my camera and take this shot of a CP CWR train making its way along the coast of Lake Superior. From shots like this, to shots... (more)
CP 112 passes through the changing Boreal Forest with 101 cars.
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.
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.
Train 103 heads down Neys Hill
A quartet of SD40-2's grind up Neys Hill in 8th notch with 86 cars.
CP 9643 heads over the trestle as the sun burns off some fog over the Little Pic River
CP 9643 brings 220's freight up Neys Hill