CP 113 flies across Spruce River road about halfway through its descent into the Lakehead surrounded by a whiteout lake effect snowstorm.
Vancouver Deltaport, BC - Toronto Yard, ON stack train #104 makes its way through Neys, and across the Little Pic River trestle.
CP 112 has crested Neys Hill and begins to pick up speed
CP had plans to run a "GPS" Herzog ballast train from Sudbury but plans changed last night and it was combined with regular 421 at Cartier and designated a 2421-16 instead. Bummer! That ... (more)
CP's Track Evaulation Train makes its way across the bridge at Neys. That MILW car sure gives the TEC train a nice splash of colour!
CP SD70ACU 7054 brings up the tailend of 112's freight
CP 101 arrives at Thunder Bay a bit tardy, heading through downtown on a pleasant evening
The leaves have budded just in time to greet a consecutively numbered pair of CMQ blue barns that have returned to they’re former stomping grounds. With a big wave from the hogger who seems happy ... (more)
Commercial and Industrial intercity areas to the left, transitioning to the residential area’s of Port Arthur on the hill to the right. Heritage SD70 7018 shoves 112’s train passed the approach si... (more)
Still looking quite new at the time, rebuilt SD90-SD70 7053 rolls over the Matawin River with some local Northwestern Ontario lumber on the headend from Vermillion Bay.
I know I know, one should be shot for posting such an image in June. In one of the worst storms in several years that saw a Colorado low enhanced by lake effect drop 1.5 feet on The Lakehead. CP 8... (more)
Montreal, PQ - Vancouver, BC stacks pass over the Little Pic River at Neys. Both the Trans Canada Highway and the CP have spectacular bridges here.
After getting a light at Middleton; the Edmonton IMS, AB - Montreal Hochelaga, PQ stacker pokes out of the bush along the rugged shores of Superior following 100-14's freight.
Westbound geometry train operating from Chapleau, ON - Thunder Bay, ON makes its way across The Little Pic River trestle.
CP 421 crests the hill at Neys with a heavy freight/combo of Herzog ballast.