CP 41B-14 rolls by the old searchlights in the small town of Finch, ON.
CP 41B-14 with CP 1401 (GMD FP9A), CP 4107 (GMD FP9A), CP 1900 (GMD F9B), CP 4106 (GMD FP9A) rolls over a crossing at Apple Hill, ON.
CP 1401, built in 1958 as CN 6541, is pulling the CP Canada 150 Train as it rolls over the diamond at De Beaujeu. At this location the VIA Alexandria Subdivision crosses the CP Winchester Subdivis... (more)
CP on CN tracks! CP 1401, built in 1958 as CN 6541, is pulling the CP Canada 150 Train as it passes MP 3 on the CN Montreal Subdivision. The train has been travelling west to east, c... (more)
The CP Canada 150 train is stopped in the Old Port of Montreal. This was probably the most photographed train in Montreal, QC today.
CP 1401 (GMD FP9A),
CP 4107 (GMD FP9A),
CP 41... (more)
Overnight stay It's time to head back on the road, this time to Montreal. CP 40B departs Toronto Yard, a once busy hump yard, reduced to now flat switching traffic.
Blasting on by towards Montreal, CP 40B meets 113 at Oshawa.
Heading east on the Galt Sub, CP 40B approaches Milton West heading for Toronto.
After a crew change at Lambton Yard, 40B is again underway for Hamilton.
The Royal Canadian Pacific was completely unexpected but was the perfect way to start of my trip in Canada. It was the first train of the trip. She was pulling into Banff to pick up a group of s... (more)
Fall was in full swing last year with trees changing colours along the MacTier Subdivision, here a northbound RCP train rolls through the countryside of Palgrave, Ontario.
CP 4107 and 4106 lead 41B's train back to Calgary, returning empty from Toronto.
CP 4107 and CP 4106 lead 10 empty business cars back to Calgary.
A pair of elegant ladies cruises down the MacTier Subdivision in Tottenham with a 10 car RCP consist to Toronto with Canadian Tire of Canada owners on board.
The CP Royal Canadian Pacific makes a rare fall appearance passing through Northern Ontario through the many lakes north of Lake Superior.