The 2016 Canadian Pacific Railway Holiday Train made a planned PR photo stop on the Cohoes, NY Mohawk River bridge on Saturday afternoon, November 26. The train is seen end to end on the bridge w... (more)
Spotless GP22C-ECO 2246 leads the 2016 Holiday Train deadhead move down CPs Canadian Main seen south of Port Henry, NY along a backwater of Lake Champlains Bulwagga Bay, (which was fortunately sti... (more)
Westbound Canadian Pacific manifest train passes through remarkable White Canyon between Morris and Lasha, British Columbia, on September 30, 2016.
After making its first stop at Montreal West QC, the CP Holiday Train Canadian version is on the move for its second stop, at Beaconsfield QC.
An eastbound CP freight featuring white flags and no ditch lights rolls along the Thompson River nearing Spences Bridge, BC en route to Kamloops. The CN is across the river.
The 2016 Canadian Pacific Railway Holiday Train is seen deadheading southbound over the Hudson River at Fort Edward, New York, at 0419 hrs on Saturday morning. This year's US portion of the trip ... (more)
Canadian Pacific 4107 navigates two of the many rock sheds on CN's Ashcroft Sub as it leads a three day charter from Calgary to Vancouver.
A Canadian Pacific GEVO works coal empties through the Fraser Canyon at the iconic Cisco Bridges. The train is eastbound on CP's Thompson Sub, and is passing underneath CN's Ashcroft Sub as the tw... (more)
Hotshot 101 slams the binders on coming through Heron Bay about to take a series of tight curves.
Spring leaves are budding along the Fraser River as the Valley from Vancouver becomes the Canyon between Agassiz and Hope, BC. A CP freight with 10 SD40-2s and a remote control car roll off the en... (more)
The daily Sudbury, ON - Buffalo, NY freight train pulls through Desjardins
Lytton, BC is the confluence of the Thompson and Fraser Rivers, which requires Canadian National to utilize two bridges to get through town. Canadian Pacific has it easier, skirting the town on th... (more)
Smoke fills the morning air as engineer Fred Robson notches up his old GMDs, starting the Royal Canadian Pacific train back to home base in Calgary right on time, at 0945 on a gloomy Wednesday.
A westbound Canadian Pacific grain train curves out of the tunnel in Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on the morning of October 1st, 2016.
Alberta in May, still snow on the ground! Switching grain cars at Canada Malting Company's North Niobe Elevator are CP's "Red Barn" SD40-2F 9022 and SD40-2 5930 & 5910