Gliding along the calm waters of an emerald-colored Bow River is a westbound Canadian Pacific intermodal train at Exshaw, Alberta, on September 24, 2013.
The conductor's back on board after throwing a couple switches for their route, and G708-05 is crawling into Russell Yard under the power of two Canadian Pacific SD60's (including a rare Triclops)... (more)
As the sun fades away, eastbound grain G708-05 with two sharp SD60's including a rare three-window"Triclops" and a Dash 8 in the freshly-painted "Boxcar" scheme pulls into Russ... (more)
Southbound with manifest train.
Last stand for piggyback in Canada. CP 132 and its counterpart CP 133 are the only dedicated 100% piggyback trains remaining in Canada. They run daily from Montreal to Toronto and vice-vers... (more)
CP 5966's engineer inspects a passing train under a full moonlit sky as he waits for the signal to continue on his journey west towards St. Paul. He would have to wait for at least 2 more eastboun... (more)
Looking more like a model railroad than a real one, a CP freight rolls east along the Fraser River north of Yale, BC. The canyon provides an impressive backdrop as both CN and CP maintain water le... (more)
Pool power from Canadian Pacific lends a hand on the point of a MOW train with concrete tie loads just south of mojave at Fleta.
Nabbing a suckerhole in the overcast skies of eastern Minnesota, the obviously less-than-desirable of the two motors leading H20 swings around the bend south of the Wabasha Yard.
A mixed freight train takes the curve west of Exshaw, AB.
Shrouded in fog at sunrise, a westbound intermodal train rolls by a small lake on the state land west of Sedan, MN.