CP SD40-2 no. 5938 is paired up with an MLW C424 on a westbound freight headed towards Winnipeg from Thunder Bay, ON and Kenora at Keewatin, ON. CP ran left handed on this double track line at the... (more)
The Canadian takes the siding while a westbound freight slides by on the main on Kicking Horse Pass near Summit Lake on the BC/Alberta border west of Lake Louise. The CP head brakeman or fireman g... (more)
Severely Crippled: A very injured H20 limps into River Jct, next to the mighty Mississippi, on a cold December afternoon. The SOO geep is dead and drained, and the CP geep is minus a tracti... (more)
A wee bit nippy
A sharp curve a mile west of Exshaw has been a favorite spot for photographers back to the 1940s - with the gentle curve of the Bow River and the dramatic peaks of the Cana... (more)
VIA's westbound Canadian A Roger Puta Photograph
CP 9353 has a westbound Canpotex potash train in tow on CN trackage west of Spences Bridge, BC at the famous Skoonka tunnels along the Thompson River.
CP 8766 has made a set-out in Mattawa, Ontario and is getting ready to depart with a work train in May of 1988.
Geez, 20 years ago! CP 6403, a straight SD40, is about to duck under Hwy 17 near White River, Ontario in May of 1997. This engine was sold by the CP two years later in 1999.
A Canadian Pacific visitor makes a timely visit to the Tri-State region of West Virginia during some of the 2016-17 winter season's coldest weather to-date.
CSX Train Q302 proceeds West through Big Sandy Junction on a cool Winter afternoon with a colorful consist!
This was a rather interesting day on the CP Chicago Sub...CP was running a day behind with the 473 manifest. So what they did is run the train halfway across the Chicago Subdivision and drop it of... (more)
After a day of spreading, the work train heads light back to Heron Bay dropping the operators at Marathon on the way by.
Being trumped by the Squamish Chief, The Polar Express backs down into the Squamish Estuary where guests will be served Hot Chocolate before returning to the North Pole.