CP 8876 still has the Olympic paint scheme as it leads train 252 along the shore of Lake Champlain at Port Kent, NY on a bitterly cold January day.
CP 8876 the Vancouver Olympic unit leads a 650 loaded ethanol train along the shore of Lake Champlain.
KCS empty sand arriving Wylie yard
CP 421 passes Marathon with Toronto - Winnipeg freight. A new 15000' passing siding is being built in town.
I think this is the first of the Olympic scheme units I've caught leading a train, seen rounding a curve just east of Brooten. The covered hoppers in the distance are on what remains of the Broot... (more)
Still bearing the paint scheme from the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, CP 8876 leads a loaded ethanol train SB on the former D&H. Train is headed to Kenwood Yard at the Port of Albany.
The 2010 Olympics unit for Canadian Pacific made its way out to New Jersey on NS ethanol train 64E.
On another oppressive humid morning in the Capital Region, an interesting 'mixed' gas/oil tank train crosses the Mohawk with head end empty gasoline tankers for the Port of Albany followed by lo... (more)
CP 8876 in Vancouver Olympics livery, assisted by AC4400CW 9736 head east beside the Kicking Horse river just east of Glenogle on the CP Mountain Sub
Still sporting the 2010 Olympic Logo paint-over, CP 8876 heads south past the Radium bluffs.
A couple of oddball painted GE's pull the 115 through the Dog Patch; The 8876 still carries the Olympic Stripe, while the 9731 was painted for a demo for Bio Fuel tests.
Former Olympic units are rare in the states but have come down occasionally now that the games are over and the logos are painted out.