On either side of Barrington Station. CP 1608 is running long hood forward after heading to the Des Bouleaux spur to do some tree trimming and has just cleared the diamond in front of Barri... (more)
A loaded rail train gives the coals as they start the climb into Lanark. The train has just passed over the detector at MP 123. This train is heading out on the Chicago Sub today to dump rail betw... (more)
A loaded auto rack train bound for Western Canadian passes thru the town of Sparta. The train has 5400 foot of Cottage Grove autos that will setout on the Blackbird Siding for the Hasting Patrol o... (more)
An empty oil train from the CP interchange at Chicago, IL, head north along the Mississippi River. Here the train passes some crystal clear back waters south of Lynxville.
CP 1643 about to cross the CN Kashabowie Sub.
CP 2816 east departing Nipigon, Ontario.
An immaculate M636, apparently fresh from the paint shop, far outshines a pair of less-than-pristine leased B&O GP40's on a westbound CP freight at Smiths Falls, Ontario.
The Saratoga to Kenwood turn job rolls NB through historic Cohoes, NY lead by the former Lehigh Valley 320. The train is passing the former D&H passenger station built in 1883. The steeple in the ... (more)
Out on the former Soo Line in western Minnesota where CP crosses the prairies on its way to Canada, rules must be followed and a three mile long speed check exists near remote Tenney.
With work complete at Wabasha, CP 6260 and DME 6090 and back on the high iron to St Paul, Minnesota. CP 6260 is leading the show today, and looking mighty sharp through the curve at Maple Springs
With a rare visitor up front, CP 298 is rolling down the siding track at Donehower to meet one. You can see the conductor in the nose window, ready to toss a water bottle out the door.
Train 105 pulling up to the Depot for a crew change.
CP 8954 + CSXT 3214 pull 145 cars across the Prairie
Three Canadian Pacific GE locomotives muscle this monster of an intermodal train through the gorgeous Thompson River Canyon between Lytton and Spences Bridge, British Columbia, Canada.
Westbound at Lake Louise.