The power for 640 rests on the engine track at Kinnear. This track usually only knows the weight of a GP9u, not 420,000 pounds of AC4400CW.
CP 246-14 rots at Kinnear waiting for a new crew.
Once roaming the rails wearing SOO Line's well recognized Hockey Stick paint scheme, this unit unfortunately received its inevitable rebuild at CAD (along with almost all the other SOO SD60s). Alt... (more)
The new faces of CP are lined up at Kinnear Yard next to the office. CP 3114, the Hamilton Turn, CP 1542, the Kinnear Yard power, and CP 6015, the leader of CP 426, all sport the new block letteri... (more)
A SOO SD60 covers a pair of CSX GEs on the approach to Kinnear Yard as the sun rises behind them.
An LMIX Caboose protects the rear end of this rail grinding equipment as the crew prepares to depart for CP Park.
A trio of GP9u yard units sit outside of the yard office at Kinnear Yard.
CP 246-29 sits on the main in Kinnear with a pair of CITX leasers and a pair of Soo SD60s.
The Hamilton Turn and Kinnear/Aberdeen yard power sit next to each other in Hamilton Yard.
CP 1614 sits on the engine tracks in Kinnear.
CP 626-514 with 6003, DME 6076, ICE 6217 and DME 6365 idles as light power near the yard office.
Cp 1559 sits in the morning sun after being hammered by a well wanted snowfall that dropped 3 cm on the Hamilton Area.
Kinnear Yard power, which consists of GP9u's 1559, 8207, 1516 idle beside the Ham turn power.
CP's Hamilton turn power, 3105, 3057 idle at Kinnear Yard.