Longer days means a higher chance of catching a daylight move on the Kashabowie Sub. CN 2286 solo leads grain empties through the curves approaching Kakabeka Falls at sunset.
CP 8527 & CP 9008 exit Red Sucker Tunnel and begin to slow for a typical springtime 10MPH slow order.
Two red barns lead a short CP 221 through the constant twists & turns along the rugged shores of Lake Superior.
Westbound army train climbs out of Thunder Bay along the Matawin River.
Shortly after sunrise, CP 9714 works hard to haul train 102 uphill through Mackenzie.
CP 9573's paint has certainly seen better days. However, this toaster still holds true to its owner and is seen here in full dynamics on the tail end of CP 102 heading down the steep grade between... (more)
As the Matawin River begins to thaw out, CP 8537 & CP 8523 work hard to pull 103 through the Matawin River valley and up the constant grades between Thunder Bay and Raith.
CP 8742 leads train 103 through the straight strech at Heron Bay.
CP 104 curves around the yard at White River and stops for a quick crew change.
CN 9601 pulls the southbound "Tour of the Line" into Hawk Junction. Sadly, since the CN takeover, this line is a mere fraction of what is used to be.
CP 104 arrives at White River for a crew change and passes the old depot. Sadly, CP crews no longer crew change at the depot, and it is only used for VIA passengers.
VIA's Sudbury-White River budd car passes some old houses in downtown White River as it arrives to unload a few passengers before tying up at the shops for the night.
CP 9599 shoves CP 102 through the curves up the steep grade between White River and O'Brien.
A pair of SD40-2F's yard the daily local CP #435 in Thunder Bay.
CP 221 passes the abandoned pool 8 elevators heading to Westfort to yard its train.