CP 8615 & CP 7045 lead CP 253 over the St. Lawrence River.
AC4400CW 8615 parked at the Richardson Pioneer elevator in Olds.
Canadian Pacific 251 awiting to be taken in charge by the yard crew in Farnham. CP 8615 8579 8742 CMQ 2001 2002
Canadian Pacific 251 idles at Farnham on a warm Canada Day
Basking in the warm summer day sun, Canadian Pacific 251 idles within Farnham Yard Cautionary Limits.
Fly fisherman in the East Outlet of the Kennebec River at Moosehead, Maine, are oblivious to the fact that the first eastbound Canadian Pacific Railway train 250-03 is passing by on the way from F... (more)
A birds eye view of Farnham Yard on a quiet Sunday morning. The Central Maine & Quebec Ry will officially be integrated to Canadian Pacific operations on June 4th.
AC440CW CP 8615 looks pretty fresh (especially compared to most of CP's grungy looking AC4400CW fleet) as it leads empty ethanol train CP 651 around a curve in Pointe-Claire. Trailing is CEFX 1039... (more)
A repainted leader. AC440CW CP 8615 looks pretty fresh (especially compared to most of CP's grungy looking AC4400CW fleet) as it leads empty ethanol train CP 651 through Pointe-Claire. Trai... (more)
The Evergreen State. A train of northbound empty Canpotex potash is nearing the massive Joso Trestle crossing of the Snake River. Meanwhile I'm attempting not to act deer-like lest the hun... (more)
Westbound loaded potash passes Summit Lake
Yet another 671 tops the Great Divide, partly in BC but mostly in Alberta
671-325's incredibly uniform consist is broken only by the pair of mid-train GEs, with the headend visible in the far distance. There are a full 60 more loaded PTEX potash cars behind these engine... (more)
With sunset casting shadows far and wide, 671-325's crew is no doubt blinded as they begin their 136 mile run