With its station work completed, VIA's eastbound Canadian departs Calgary, Alberta, behind a trio of Canadian Pacific diesels, two GP9s and an RS-18. It was not uncommon at the time to find CPR po... (more)
CP 9589 leads its train east in Bowness, Calgary. The kids are back at school and the leaves are changing color. Autumn is here...sort of.
With BNSF 6912 leading the way, CP 303 begins it's journey west along CP's Laggan subdivision.
Canadian Pacific contracted Relco Locomotives in Albia to build at least 2 of these Herzog-esque self-propelled M/W trains. This units “A” end is powered, converted from GP38AC CP 3001 and carries... (more)
CP 8874 leads train 199 west at Glenmore. Just out of view to the left is the switch at Glenmore. Trains often stop here before getting further instructions before heading into the yard at Alyth. ... (more)
CP 8934 & CP 9834 lead their string of potash cars west at Glenmore. These trains are among CP's longest at about 160 cars. If you look closely, you can see the mid train locomotive in the top lef... (more)
CP 8950 leads its train west late in the evening near Glenmore. This vantage point became available late last year when the Glenmore Trail bridge over the tracks was completed. The bridge not only... (more)
Canadian Pacific 4-4-0 No. 29 was on display outside Gulf Canada Square for more than 20 years. It was originally built in Montreal in 1887 and came to Calgary with CP when the company moved its h... (more)