One of CP's three E8's is in the St. Luc Yard roundhouse for some work and perhaps a cleaning before going back to hauling the varnish.
My father rode a fan trip from Montreal to Newport and back on the CP in 1972, led by E8 1800. Unfortunately, the weather did not cooperate. I recall that he told me that he had to have his film... (more)
On the first day of Spring the wet snow is falling as the head-end crew of an excursion train to Drummondville confer before backing their power down the two miles to Windsor Station to pick up th... (more)
On a frosty winter's day one of CP's three E-8's departs Montreal West with the "The Frontenac", the morning train from Montreal to Quebec City.
CP's first passenger diesel is descending the grade into Windsor Station. CP had three E-8A's, the only ones in Canada. They were delivered in 1949 for use on The Alouette and The Redwing, train... (more)
First of three E units the CP owned, all E8As. A Roger Puta Photograph
RS-18u 1800 cuts the grass in the Newport yard, marking the winding down of CP operations in Vermont.
In the early years of WC's existence the CPR seemed to use the Sault Ste. Marie gateway for some interesting detour moves on more than a few occasions. The issues were varied but it sure brought s... (more)
After a washout north of Lake Superior the CP detoured a number of trains that had been in the area of Sudbury over the Sault Ste. Marie branch and then WC from Sault Ste. Marie-Neenah-Minneapolis... (more)
CP 1800 has coupled onto their train and will ready for departure at Windsor Station.
A spotless CP 1800 makes a reverse move past John's camera and will soon couple onto a intercity train in the Windsor platforms behind him. Meanwhile, CN pool sleeper Emerald is tied into a recen... (more)
Two RS-18s and an SD40-2 crossing over Court Street.
A RS-18 and 2 C424s roll along the Connecticut River towards the Guilford interchange at Wells River.
The (then) daily St. Johnsbury Turn rolls through fresh snow.