GP20C-ECO 2279 and GP38-2 3089 work at the west end of Smiths Falls Yard.
Canadian Pacific MLW C424 4230, with a westbound Chessie C&O freight going by, at Niagara Falls, Ontario October 30, 1985.
A pioneer steam engine. Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works for Northern Pacific in 1872, this 4-4-0 steam engine was the first one to ever operate in the province of Manitoba, after it had b... (more)
CP Rail 8678 along with 4 other GP9 units and a GP38 at the CP Coquitlam yard in Vancouver 1985.
CP 8951 leads its train west amid the fall colors near the Bow River.
CP 8789 leads its train west along the Bow River. Fall colors are near their peak on this lovely September evening. One could just sit here all day watching trains.
Two CP SD60's sit in Nahant yard awaiting a crew to take them south.
Canadian Pacific’s local crew in Philadelphia pulls a car onto Columbus Avenue from Pier 78. Today, there is a large building directly between the photographer’s vantage point and the pier.
A rebuilt SD40, now an ECO unit, leads a funeral train of a pair of DME SD40s bound for their demise at the scrap yard shown here past Grand Ave and Miller Valley
When the Canadian Pacific took over the Delaware & Hudson, they quickly made an effort to gain access to the Port of Philadelphia for intermodal service. This access also included the ability to p... (more)
A CP ballast train heads back to Kinnear Yard in the thick fog after dumping rock around Boyle.
Canadian Pacific MLW FA-2 4090 in storage at CP's Ste-Foy yard near Quebec City, August 11, 1992.
A trio of GE's highball eastward along the Laggan Sub near the base of Castle Mountain.
A CP GP9 and RDC-1. GP9 CP 1608 and RDC-1 CP 9069 rest beside Hays Station at Exporail.