CP 9354 battles her first ever snow storm, as her maiden voyage continues. Until a few hours prior, she was incharge of one of the longest and heaviest 111's to date.
CP 111 departs Thunder Bay's E-Yard with about 10'000 feet of train, and a 3+1 configuration. In the background, CP 5791 continue its push back into the yard. Almost didnt get a shot of 111, but t... (more)
5791 and 5499 push a cut of cars back into CP's E-Yard. Taken from a public road crossing.
My first catch of a new 8900-series GEVO! CP 111 rolls south into the Lakehead with 8956 doing the honors. an older GEVO, and first-series AC4400CW trail behind, while a separate GEVO provides mid... (more)
VIA 6510 on static display at the Kama River Park along side the Kaministiquia River in southern Thunder Bay. The term "preserved" is no longer appropriate for this tired F-unit, as almost 2 decad... (more)
Northbound past Marina Park, paralleling North Water St.
111 rolls past past Marina Park, paralleling North Water St.
A GEVO and SD90MAC class leader 9100 lead a Souththbound manifest into the Lakehead, paralleling North Water St. A cloudless sky made up for the -40 degree temperatures that hit Thunder Bay on thi... (more)
These 2 units, plus a trailing NREX (ex-Burlington Northern SD40-2) 8092 arrived just before 3am from Toronto. I figured I had missed them, as they would be burried in one of the yards lining the ... (more)
CN 5202,5028 get an early morning train 336 underway at Thunder Bay.
A northbound intermodel crawls past the Marina Park overpass in the extreme North end of Thunder Bay on a beautiful fall morning. This was either train 110, 112, or 114 (via David Young), however ... (more)
Resting on the Northern Woods Lead, CN engines IC 2463 and CN 2622 sit patiently waiting for the crew and the night run to Fort Frances, then onto Winnipeg the next day.
With no revenue traffic today, light engines "Z437" depart a stormy Thunder Bay, ON for Fort Frances and Winnipeg.