CP 8797 heads east from Sparwood with its freight along Michel Creek east of Natal. Soon the train will be climbing Crowsnest Pass into Alberta.
CP 8797 leads an eastbound freight through Hosmer, BC en route to Sparwood and Crowsnest Pass.
An early morning train heads west near Indus, AB.
CP 8797 heads a freight east towards Sparwood and Crowsnest pass as it goes under Hwy 3 south of Sparwood. The train is helped out by a red/silver BNSF Dash 9, which seemed a little unusual given ... (more)
An eastbound Canadian Pacific freight passes through scenic Crowsnest Pass at Sentinel, Alberta, on October 10, 2017. That BNSF warbonnet splicing the two CP ES44ACs is a little out of place, eh?
CP 8797 glides downgrade as its train rolls east off of Crowsnest Pass on a beautiful fall day.
CP 8797's train finishes its climb up Crowsnest Pass as it rolls along Summit Lake in beautiful fall colors. A BNSF Dash 9 splits the CP power.
Climbing Crowsnest Pass is an eastbound Canadian Pacific freight curving along the shore of Summit Lake at Crowsnest, British Columbia, on October 10, 2017. In a few moments, the train will cross ... (more)
Just before the end. CP 550 is passing a Pettibone speedswing (CP 5510-33) in the Lasalle yard with CP 8797 leading and CP 8762 at the tail end. At right is a cut of tank cars, including a ... (more)
K682 a unit train of Potash for Webberville grain elevators rolls out of the dip at Vriesland and back up to track speed after getting hit by the HBD.
Waiting on 17M to crossover in Bluefield, a pair of foreign GE's idle on an eastbound coal train as the snow melts.
NS 762 pulls upgrade as it crosses a short bridge near Bluefield with a pair of foreign GE's leading upgrade.
The daily Binghampton, NY - Toronto, ON manifest train 255 is seen in the rural community of Flamborough with a pair of ES44ACs to power the train on the final 40 or so miles to Toronto.
CP 254 is now shootable in Winter as the days become longer...or at least that was the case today as he rolls through Rosedale with two toasters.
A single GE pulls potash loads down to the east end of the yard.