One of the most improbable lash ups to ever pass through Trout Lake was this CP detour job with 4708,5508,4711. If I remember correctly the CSX was having some type of labor problems in lower Mich... (more)
CP 4725,4559,4721,5012,CN 3702,3698 head off the CP's Montreal-Toronto line onto the line that goes west through the Ottawa Valley and then on to North Bay and Sudbury. This line is now pending ab... (more)
Sunrise and a smoky start up for this fine looking M636.
And they were so "common" in those days. It was a weekend and we were in a hurry.
This CP unit is running through what appears to be the Battle Creek GTW Yard. Photographer is unknown, this was given to me many years back from an old friend. If anybody knows the photographer ... (more)
Another shot from my day at Agincourt years ago. The cab of sister unit CP 4725 is barely visible at the back right edge; the end of CP 5004 is seen on the left edge. A great
engine! For my ... (more)
Time spent along the CPR main in the early 90's normally meant a stream of SD40/SD40-2's. The MLW's were still about but could most often be found as trailing units in Northern Ontario. I never wa... (more)
MLW M-636#2313, MLW M-630#2014 and MLW RSD-14#1768 picking up cars in Bathurst.
Loads crossing the MacDonald River bridge near Charles, PQ.
A long 307 takes off after a meet with locos,2324,2322,3561,3575 and 3566.
With a relief crew onboard, WNY&Ps Driftwood Turn pulls out of Port Allegany headed north towards Olean, New York.
DFT smokes it up through NORTH ELDRED as they head back to Olean.
DFT passes through SOUTH ELDRED on their way back to Olean.
MLWs and foliage - what could be better?