The engineer on the plow extra has a quick look before heading out to plow the Port Burwell and St. Thomas Subs for the day.
Making quick work out of this snow drift on the first pass, Brad Joliffe and the boys on the Plow Extra 6508 will stop, back up and go at it one more time on the second pass.
Ontario Southland Engineer Joe Dennis has the 1000 Woodstock Job under his control at 25 MPH with interchange traffic from the CPR at Woodstock.
Hot rail on the high iron The engineer on the CP 1401 West opens up the throttle once again hearing the old girls come alive again as they clear the bridge at Port Hope and head back up to ... (more)
Northbound approaching Flamboro
The race is on, CP 1401 highballs south through Baxter with an extraordinary A-A-B-A lashup.
The final farewell to us Southern Ontario folks, the journey west begun the day before in Ottawa and the train is seen heading north through Palgrave with all available horses in the highest throt... (more)
Highballing westward, CP 41B is trying to make up time as it crosses the high trestle bridge over the Trent River.
CP 41B, the deadhead move from Ottawa to Calgary is passing through Cherrywood in final evening light.
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.