A throwback to the 1990s and early 2000s, a CP SD40-2 leads a light power move across the Mohawk River at Schenectady, NY on the way to pick-up a high-and-wide move at General Electric. CP SD40-2... (more)
After being delayed several hours due to an engine failure, the dispatcher asked the CP 8856 North if they would like to just tie down at Dutton, a few miles south of where we were set up. Much to... (more)
Before the influx of SD40s on the Galt Sub, this was typical of the lash-ups one could encounter - first generation, four-axle power. To quote Jackie Gleason at the time, how sweet it is!
Eastbound through the Kicking Horse Canyon as things start looking more like winter..
For a period of time CP ran a dedicated train of truck frames from the manufacturer in St. Thomas, east to the assembly plants in Oshawa, Ontario. It ran on a schedule, daily except Sundays, passi... (more)
Passing under one of the few signal bridges on the Cajon Sub, CP 8892 west will be coming to a stop behind another westbound freight ahead.
CP pool power leads this Union Pacific-Salt Lake City to City of Industry intermodal up the east slope of Cajon Pass.
After the recent agreement between CP and NS on the D&H South end, seeing CP trains on this line will soon be no more. Here's on of the last 253's to run before hands change.
Q216 with a colorful lashup starts east across the Susquehanna River bridge.
The recent news of Norfolk Southern's purchase of the former D&H property between Sunbury, PA and Schenectady, NY from Canadian Pacific confirmed rumors that had been buzzing for years in Northeas... (more)
A trio of heavily weathered Canadian Pacific SD40-2s spent this sunny but cold autumn day idling in the River Yard adjacent to the NS Lehigh Line. Late afternoon low sun high... (more)
Norfolk Southern Freight Train 125 makes their way Southbound as they pass through Blue Springs, TN. With Canadian Pacific SD9043MAC 9143 leading the way. for now this is my favorite catch of 2014... (more)
Canadian power departs the west Knoxville yard as it crosses the Tennessee river in route to Etowah for a crew change.
Canadian Pacific’s southbound wayfreight curves into Wasa, British Columbia, on July 15, 2011, with five action red EMD SD40-2s for power.