Canadian Pacific 9001 builds (and later leads) HCRY train 912 for the 179 mile journey to Sudbury.
In contrast to my previous photo, the eastbound express moves east on a cool fall day with a CP redbarn in control of this high priority TOFC train.
Truck companies who don't like congested highways reserve slots on CP's Toronto-Montréal piggybacker the 'Expressway'. Today's was mainly consisting of CPPU, Bruce. R. Smith, and Canadian Tire tra... (more)
Bound for Quebec City, a loaded Quebec-Gatineau grain train exits the QG's yard in Ste-Thérèse behind CP run-through power.
I heard the CP 9001 getting the railroad west out of Guelph Junction so I decided to shoot him crossing the Grand River. Imagine my surprise when he started onto the bridge with not one, but two S... (more)
Three barns head up 220's train!
Two red barns lead a short CP 221 through the constant twists & turns along the rugged shores of Lake Superior.
A pair of SD40-2F's pull a 56 car manifest across the Pic River trestle.
A very rare visitor from the north makes an appearance on a Norfolk Southern local at Barber Junction.
CP SD40-2F leads an eastbound at the west end of Banff siding.
cp 9001 and 5863 get their signal to depart bennett and the crew wastes no time getting home. 5863 is one of the only 2 large multimark units remaining in service on CP.
A conductor prepares to throw a switch before pulling out westbound in SD40-2F 9001 in the Revelstoke yard.
Two of CP's rare beasts (a -2F, and a windows blanked) are trailed by a GP9 in the last light of the day
Possibly the most photographed train in the Carolinas this weekend was NS P64. Here the colorful local meets westbound 135 at Majolica.
Three CP units are in charge of Asheville District Local P64 as the crew passes the station at Barber, NC.