A railfan or passerby takes pictures of CP train 107 approaching the Depot in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Westbound pulls away from the Depot in Thunder Bay.
CP 8862 leads train 107 departing Thunder Bay.
New crew on board CP 9615 - CP 9546 are accelerating by Westfort Yard with 97 platforms as they begin their journey westward towards Ignace on the Kaministiquia Sub.
107 glides through the reverse curves at Bonfield. The first spike on what would later become the CPR was driven right here.
A westbound CP intermodal follows the Thompson River west of Kamloops on CN Trackage..This is on the Joint CN-CP paired trackage from Basque BC to Mission-Matsqui near Vancouver. CP track on other... (more)
Westbound intermodal hits the bottom of the Big Hill in spectacular, bright winter light
A nearly 9000 foot long 107 rushes onto the bridges with 3 matching GEVos on the head end and 1 about 2/3 of the way back - Just in front of somewhere around 2000 feet of baretables!
Westbound into Field, with Mt. Stephen towering above
Westbound intermodal hits the bottom of the grade in spectacular, bright winter light
Coming off the 2.4% grade into Field and taking the main at the equilateral switch with Mt. Ogden in the background. Drilled through the foot of Mt. Ogden are the Spiral Tunnels.
CP 8870 leads train 107 along the frozen Matawin River. In the background is the trestle which used to be a part of the abandoned CN Graham subdivision.
CP 107 curves through Rossport.
CP 107 meets CP 434 at Port Arthur.
CP 8870 climbs out of Thunder Bay along the Matawin River Valley. The bridge is the background is the abandoned CN Graham Sub.