Squealing around a tight corner near Northland the 1754 comes flying out of the bush with train 1 on the early portion of its all day jaunt from Sault Ste. Marie to Hearst.
For my 1,000th picture on RP.net I really wanted to do something a little special. Just about every Montreal River photo I ever took on the ACR/WC had a little story to go along with it due to the... (more)
Southbound with 29 cars of paper and logs from Hearst and Oba, AC 167 and sister 104 are about to cross CP White River to Sudbury Mainline.
No. 12 was sabotaged by someone removing a rail on a curve just before a fill on a downgrade at Mile 4 during the night. The 2 Canadian Pacific hoists were leased at $10,000 per day per hoist and ... (more)
No. 6 is just arriving Hawk Yard at the north switch with a classic Northern Ontario consist of 2 GP7's and a train load of pulpwood, lumber and chips. The 157 was rebuilt by the Canadian National... (more)
The WC/Ex ACR lines in Upper Michigan and Ontario remained a time machine for most of the 90's. Power was an awesome combination of just about everything EMD ever made in the 50's through the 70's... (more)
AC 1756 leads 1750,1754,1755,1751 and 25 cars of train 4 south of Heyden. The light was fading fast on this late running canyon tour and I was trying for a different location when my world was sud... (more)
FP9's 1755,1754,1750 have the northbound Agawa Canyon train in tow at Heyden. By this late in the season the light normally wasn't much good for photos before Heyden with train 3's early morning d... (more)
AC 502 began life in 1913 as a Pullman Coach. It was converted to a Boarding Car in 1978 and then to this Agawa Canyon Park Souvenir Car in 1991. Last year it was looking pretty shabby, especially... (more)
Low morning clouds shroud the Algoma Central's early morning departure north out of Sault Ste. Marie
Southbound Agawa Canyon tour train crosses the Montreal River during peak fall color.
After a long cloud filled chase I was finally able to get this job in full sun at Larch. This was the first connection used by the WC to gain access to the former CNW ore lines around Escanaba. Th... (more)
ACR 167, 204 roll south with the 12 cars of train 2 near Bellevue. This was in the day when the Canyon tour was combined with trains 1&2.
Train 4 lead by 1756,1751,1754,1755,1753 hustles south with 25 cars as it passes a colorful group of hardwood that the area is famous for.