Class unit CP 8100 pulls train #100 through Heron Bay
The Montreal St Luc, PQ - Vancouver Coquitlam, BC stack train passes through Heron Bay on a chilly afternoon
With the mercury dipping to -22c/-8F at the peak of the day, it is still business as usual for Canadian Pacific with their flagship Toronto to Vancouver #101; heading through Heron Bay East.
CP 101 heads across the Pic River with whats left of the fall colours hanging onto the leaves
The daily Edmonton IMS, AB - Montreal Hochelaga, PQ stacker pulls through Heron Bay with 129 platforms. CP ES44AC 8914 is shoving up the rear.
Following hot on 421's block CP #101 accepts a "clear to stop" indication at Heron Bay West. The #421 would duck into Marathon and it would then be smooth sailing to Schreiber for the 10044ft Toro... (more)
With 10986' of intermodal, Toronto, ON - Vancouver, BC #101 pulls through Heron Bay
CP's Edmonton IMS, AB - Montreal Hochelaga, PQ stacker pick up speed through Heron Bay with 94 platforms behind.
Priority intermodal from Montreal, PQ - Vancouver, BC takes a curve at Heron Bay
Train #101 pulls through Heron Bay
CERX 1037, CP 6258, CP 6232 have a 77 car freight behind them passing through Heron Bay
Montreal, Quebec to Vancouver, BC intermodal freight #113 slows down rolling through Heron Bay with 35 per curves ahead from 60mph.
Hotshot 101 slams the binders on coming through Heron Bay about to take a series of tight curves.
CP 421 trundles through Heron Bay with a little bit of everything for freight.