In front of Hays Station. A Napierville Junction Railway MoW piece of equipment and two CP Century locomotives (M630 CP 4563 & C424 CP 4237) are seen in front of Hays Station at Exporail.
A semaphore and an MLW. CP 4563 (an MLW M630 built in 1969 as CP 4575) rests in front of the Hays station at Exporail. In the background is a semaphore signal.
The Big Show- It doesn't get to be much bigger a show then the WNYP Driftwood Turn climbing Keating Summit. Our buddy, Engineer Eric Bochman plays this M630 like a fiddle, as he approach's the sum... (more)
Just shy of cresting Keating Summit with 43 cars, four six motor MLW products are still going strong FORTY years later doing what God intended. And yes. The sound was incredible!
The Driftwood Turn pays very little attention to Ensign Hollow other than sounding it's whistle for the grade crossing in this wide spot in the road as it hustles toward it's namesake of Driftwood... (more)
Train activity at the Steamtown Railfest 2014. The Nickel Plate GP9 prepares to depart with the Moscow excursion train while the Electric City Trolley Museum's rare center door trolley is boarding... (more)
CP 4563 out of storage. CP 4563 spent the winter and spring stored in a storage hanger that is not accessible to the public. It is now outside in front of hangar #5 and couple to CP 4237 (M... (more)
CP Alco 4559 and its three EMD mates with a westbound unit coal train have surmounted 4640-ft. Rogers Pass inside 5-mile long Connaught Tunnel. As it begins its descent on a 2.4% grade on the old... (more)
CP 4563 has collected a decent amount of snow as it sits in front of Hays Station at Exporail. For more train photos, click here.
Pit Stop. On the way home to Massachusetts following Homecoming Weekend in State College, I decided a quick stop at Bridge 60 Tower was in order. The D-L had a train staged to go e... (more)
The end of the day for GVT's ALCOs.
Heading into a hazy Vancouver with a solid set of MLWs.
Cresting the first of two mountain grades within the Coast Range on the Squamish subdivision, a southward British Columbia Railway freight curves along Gates Lake with mostly forest products desti... (more)