Canadian Pacific 4107 leads the Royal Canadian Pacific consist along the former Soo Line main in rural North Dakota. Final destination is the 2016 Ryder Cup in the Twin Cities.
Taken on railroad property by a railroad employee. A former VIA rail workhorse strolls at a slow leisurely pace off the Bass Point Creek High Bridge on a beautiful October afternoon. This bridge i... (more)
"Dear employer: I've recently learned that the Royal Canadian Pacific will be traveling through the Rocky Mountains and I'm going to need the next few days off please..."
Needless to... (more)
In the heart of the Fraser Canyon, the Royal Canadian Pacific makes its way along the Cascade Sub.
Streamliners at Spencer
From the ground level - Pan Am Railway's OCS-18 is seen passing from Pan Am Railway rails onto the Canadian Pacific Railway Freight Main Line at Mechanicville, NY with PAR FP9As PAR-1 and PAR-2 le... (more)
From the ground level - Pan Am Railway's OCS-18 is seen crossing the Hoosic River at Schagticoke, NY with PAR FP9As PAR-1 and PAR-2 leading the now 3-car train - debuting the completed ex-Wabash d... (more)
Pan Am Railway's office car special train leaves PAS rails for Canadian Pacific-controlled trackage at CPF 468 on the way to turning the train on the Magic Triangle west of Mechanicville, NY on Au... (more)
Pan Am Railway's attractive office car special train is seen crossing the Hudson River Bridge on the way into Mechanicville, NY on August 18, with PAR FP-9As PAR-1 and PAR-2 leading newly cleaned ... (more)
Pan Am Railway's attractive office car special train is seen crossing a bridge in Schagticoke, NY on August 18, with PAR FP-9As PAR-1 and PAR-2 leading newly cleaned up ex-Wabash dome car - ST 102... (more)
KCS Wylie yard
An eastbound KJRY freight bounces along at 10 MPH with a pair of covered wagons doing the honors through the soy bean fields.
Partially restored FP9A 6514 and F9B 6614 at the Alberta Railway Museum. Both units saw service with VIA and then Algoma Central before being retired and donated by CN in 2003.
FP9A, CN 6514 was built in 1957. It was transferred to VIA in 1978, then to the Algoma Central route in 1995. It was finally retired in 2001 and then in 2003 donated by CN to the museum. It was se... (more)