CP 301 had to sit in the Banff siding for 11 hours due to avalanches & heavy snowfall between Lake Louise & Field on the CP Laggan sub
CP 8835 leads its train east just outside of Calgary. This train was most certainly over powered with 6 locomotives up front and one more on the tail. It only had about 20 cars too.
The hotshot begins its extended run to Kenora, ON across the Kaministiquia & Ignace Subdivisions.
CP's flagship train zoom's across the Steel River bridge.
CP 101-19 speeds along the Matawin River with 6600' of train
CP ES44ACs 8835 and 8767 depart from Smiths Falls with empty oil train #609.
A GE and a pair of Midwest veterans haul empty oilcans over Duffin's Creek.
Train #252 is seen making a run for the grade to Howes Cave on a late June evening in 2011. At the time this image was taken GE and EMD consists were a standard or if you were real lucky an occasi... (more)
By a sunny morning, CP 143 is about to cross the diamond of DeBeaujeu. The diamond of DeBeaujeu is the point where the CP Winchester Subdivision cross the VIA Alexandria Subdivision.
CP train 421 heads westbound towards Toronto
CP train 258-30 with CP 8835 and CP 8867 for power makes all of Track Speed as it splits the Interlocking Signals at Hop Bottom (CPF 648) on the CP Sunbury Sub.
Climbing the Niagara Escarpment...fast
A second section of 170 lead by two CP GEVOs looks good sliding alongside Old Man River.