Montréal-bound CP 204 approaches the end of its trip on the Laggan as it knocks down the signal at Brickburn West on a beautiful, cold November morning.
New meets old at the shop.
Train 38T has the usual pair of CP GE's as it crosses the Portage Bridge on a crisp, clear, Spring day.
38T crosses Miller Road with a 115 car train. Just ahead is a bad signal at Rock Glen that the dispatcher would have to talk the train by.
107 glides through the reverse curves at Bonfield. The first spike on what would later become the CPR was driven right here.
Just after sunrise, a badly damaged GEVO sits alone on a flatcar at Glenwood Yard awaiting transport. The former olympic unit was involved in a wreck several months back up in B.C. Until its reb... (more)
As a Lake Superior snowstorm hits Thunder Bay, a yard set awaits its next assignment, as CP 8869 pulls up to the depot for a crew change.
A quartlet of GE's pull a 83 platform 107.
Forced to cross over to the south track at the foot of St. Lazare Hill a westbound CPR merchandise train crawls up the the grade at 15 m.p.h.
CP 8869, CP 8705, CEFX 1054 move a 30 rack/52 platform train westward
Meeting a eastbound stacker
A pair of Olympic diesels lead an eastbound stack train down the hill into Lake Louise.
Early morning light glows off of an eastbound stack train at the AB/BC border.