A lot of these new signs have been popping up along the CPR in the past couple of months, warning passing pedestrians of the dangers of trespassing if caught on railway property. Meanwhile a westb... (more)
CP 9801 passes the approach signal to Middleton.
Recently CP has put mid or end train DPU's on most of their trains in Northern Ontario. Here we see CP 9801 leading train 108 up Neys Hill, and CP 9642 off in the distance assisting from the rear.
CP 108 seen from Neys Lookout.
A loaded coal train throttles up after having restored the west siding switch at Fernie back to normal.
A coal load grinds to a stop as an empty makes his way through the siding.
CP 108 (CP 9801 + CP 8655) take the siding to meet CP 107 (CP 9709W) & 435 (CP 5846W)
I think they need to fire up some weed wackers and clear the long grass in the siding! And while at it fix the switch stand!
A crew member gets ready to give a roll by to CP #107
intermodal with 3 autoracks on the rear