A pair of GP9's suck it back at the fuel stands
TSRR Northbound Local Freight Train (Florence, AL. to Columbia, TN. Turn) passing through Ashwood, TN. on their way to Columbia, TN. to interchange with CSXT
Rebuilt GP9s 128 and 110 bring the Duncan Turn down the siding as they switch the Top Shelf Feeds spur at mile 38.3 on the Victoria Sub. SRY 128 was delivered as CP 8671 in 1957 while SRY 110 ente... (more)
No hiding this units heritage. What a lashup to find in 2012 three GP9's on a old former Soo branch at Lansford North Dakota. They have a lengthy train bound for the interchange at Kenmare includi... (more)
Kinnear Yard power, which consists of GP9u's 1559, 8207, 1516 idle beside the Ham turn power.
GP9u 1620 makes a light engine through Port Coquitlam Yard.
GP9 1624 parked at CP Rail’s Port Coquitlam Yard.
A southbound with D&H 7312 and CP 8224 in tow pass through Hop Bottom on a beautiful September evening.
Once a year, Canadian Pacific Track Evaluation Train inspect all Quebec Gatineau trackage. Pictured here, at the junction point between CP and QG on the Lachute subdivision; in less than 100 feet,... (more)
CP's Streetsville turn heads back south down their small section of trackage on the Owen Sub after switching some boxcars at a local industry. The OBRY was held up behind the spur they were in wha... (more)
GP9u 1634 and MP15DC 1443 pass GP9u 1624 and SW9 Slug 1020 as they make their way through Port Coquitlam Yard.
GP9 1624 and SW9 Slug 1020 sit unassigned at CP Rail’s Port Coquitlam Yard. CP 1020 entered service in 1953 as CP 7405 and was remanufactured into its current configuration in 1995.
Rebuilt GP9s 1591 and 1579 parked at Port Coquitlam Yard’s diesel shop.
Rebuilt GP9s 1591 and 1579 parked at CP Rail’s Port Coquitlam Yard.
Crew members prepare the former Canadian Pacific GP9u and a nicer-looking repainted counterpart to move a work train toward Oslo and dump rock along the line to prepare it for the flooding of the ... (more)