After making a crew change, the Royal Canadian Pacific train set is ready to depart for points east. On this occasion, the train has been rented by the rare mileage collectors to travel rail lines... (more)
The Westbound CANADIAN rolls through the lower canyon of the Kicking Horse River
Sorry do not know the class of locomotive. Polar Bear Express waits at Cochrane before heading to Moosonee with a Sunday service way back in 1966.
Canadian Pacific's FRONTENAC diverges on the line to Quebec City behind an FP7A, F7 BB combination.
Canadian-built FP7 units depart Montreal West on the last leg of train 8, DOMINION, from Vancouver, B.C..
CP northbound train 980 sits at the station waiting for clearance from Canadian Customs to head north.After departure the U.P.Power will start building its southbound train
FP7 #1416 is on the service track,after arriving from Toronto.
Head on shot of CP 4069 outside the Squamish "station" at WCRHP.
A close-up of this FP7.
CP 4069 sits on display in front of the main building at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park.
ex CP VIA 4069 now owned byWestCoast Railway ass.
This wild scheme was used on 1306 to promote a tourist train which runs from downtown Montreal to the West Island town of St Anne. Great to see a new scheme on an old friend.
Montreal Commuter service provided the last place in North America to use a fleet of FP7's. This lineup of ex-CPR units at Veaudreuil was typical. The units lasted in this service until 2002!
You can feel the chill as FP7 1402 lays over at Farnham on a frigid night in 1977.