Big Mac at Ottertail On a beautiful summer day in British Columbia, a westbound Canadian Pacific freight crosses the bridge at Ottertail led by EMD SD9043MAC No. 9151 on June 27, 2006.
CP 220 flies down the Mactier Sub, passing the 9th line wooden bridge with 2 Big Mac's up front.
CP 220 hustles south doing track speed which is approx 65mph as it shoots through one of the most scenic places I have even been to on the CPR grid. Railfanning in the countryside in the fall has ... (more)
Grain empties depart Brandon for Moose Jaw.
The wayfreight heads into Heron Bay with a nice string of empty boxcars for area pulp mills
Not all of CP's SD90MACs were restored to operational service. This batch has been sitting here since March when they were moved from the middle of the yard.
Three big units haul a short 220 eastbound
CP 9151 takes the light at Hill with 101's freight in tow.
A welcomed pair of SD90s lead 101-21 over the bridge east of Ottertail.
A welcomed pair of SD90s lead 101-21 through Divide.
A pair of SD90's lead train #120 on a cold winter morning.
CP doesn't run that many EMD Macs through this territory so it is a treat when you get one, seen here passing the Columbus Amtrak station.
CP 9151 exits a tunnel on the CN Ashcroft Subdivision.
CP train 101 makes good speed as it climbs towards Bowker on the CP Nipigon Subdivison.
CP #108-CP 9151, 8611, intermodal-364 axles @ 16:25 ~ EMPU, CPPU, EMHU, K Line, APL, MOL, Hyundai, Cosco, Hapag Lloyd, OOCL