Sparwood bound for reload. After dumping at Thunder Bay Terminals Ltd, the fourth coal train of the year departs Thunder Bay, snaking off the lead in Westfort and over to the north track for its r... (more)
Spending time with the Sleeping Giant at the Marina, before getting the okay to pull down to the diamond with the CN Kashabowie Sub.
Leading a dismal four car train westward, the crew enters the OCS limits at Evans as they leave Mount McKay and Thunder Bay in the background bound for Fort Frances with a lift at Annex.
Arriving in the terminal just before sunset, CP 221 pulls down to the Marina Crossover's to await 220-07 to clear the north track a mile infront of them. Due to conjestion around the East End, the... (more)
After trailing on train 111-22 the day prior, the 'co-star' from the upcoming Denzel Washington movie "Unstoppable" leads SOO SD60's 6048 and 6056, now repainted into it's original Canadian Pacifi... (more)
It's been awhile since the opportunity to catch the daily Thunder Bay to Winnipeg train 437 has risen and since captive power has been "tested", daylight runs have become more regular sights rathe... (more)
Skirting the rugged terrain of northern Ontario along the shores of Lake Superior that I have come to love, CP 9601 West navigates train 221 through the tight curves, rock cuts and tunnels that li... (more)
CP 8875 East, 110-28's train slows down for a restricted meet with the "Windmill Test Train" at Hurkett. They will finally be running these trains again on February 1st after the sideswipe events ... (more)
CP 5746 "Work Train", peaks the grade at Loon and begins to roll downgrade past tied up Sperry Rail Service car 138.
CP 9017 and CITX 3094 lead their grain empties over the Matawin River, northwest of Thunder Bay.
The roar of a GP38-2, GEVO and AC4400CW overpowers the serenity of the small village of Rossport along the north shores of Lake Superior as they power eastbound train 104 from South Edmonton to Va... (more)
In the step of its ancestors, CP's Royal Canadain Pacific makes its trek across Canada crossing the Little Pic River in Neys Provincial Park.
After setting off cars in New Yard, CP 221 brings the rest of his train consisting mostly of grain empties into A yard. Power consisted of 6 GE's: 8868-8602-9831-8722-8505-9858.
CP 8839 North, rumbles out of the fog as it passes through the rural town of Flamboro on it's way to Toronto.
After meeting 240, train 421 with 5994-6078-9003 pulls out of Wolverton siding and into the setting sun. With their train mostly consisting of autoracks.