ES44ACs 8879 and 8745 approach Carroll Road as they depart from Smiths Falls with CP 119.
CP train crossing the abandoned CN Kinghorn Subdivision and the Nipigon River, where, in 1915 Dr. W. J. Cook caught the world record brook trout.
A leased CP unit was leading a northbound BNSF coal empty into Greenland
CP no. 8879 meets the Longmont Switch at Longs Peak Siding on a late Friday afternoon.
An empty ballast train led by CP no. 8879 is seen stopped at Longs Peak after meeting the Longmont Switch at the south end of the siding. The train is waiting to get their new track warrant to pro... (more)
On an unseasonably warm afternoon, a pair of ES44ACs sling west around a curve on a approach to Nashotah Siding.
The morning fog is nearly gone as train 198 rushes across the Paynesville Subdivision between Sedan and Brooten.
A pair of CP ES44AC's lead 282 into Bensenville.
Prairie grass and wildflowers look on as another CP train rolls west toward Glenwood on a fine August evening.
The dog seems to be giving me a strange look.
He is standing on the abandoned CN Kinghorn Subdivision. Shots at this location when the line was active are seen here: Railroad: Canadian Pacific RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44ACLocation: Nipigon, Ontario, CanadaLocomotive #: CP 8879Train ID: CP 110Photo Date: August 04, 2011
CP 8879 East as seen from the Kama lookout.
Westbound train 291 passes the wayfreight that's tied down on one of the sidings in Brooten for the weekend.