The VIA Rail Sudbury to White River Budd Car makes a stop at Cartier to pick up a huge crowd of people. Many American tourist's from Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana looking to head into Ontario's back... (more)
CP 40B-13 rockets out of Cartier Yard after a speedy crew change at the bunkhouse.
A typical boarding car often spotted in northern Ontario. These cars house maintenance of way workers during the summer months at rural camps where work projects occur. Often, several of these car... (more)
On an absolutely bone chilling mid December afternoon train 482 glides slowly toward the depot at Cartier powered by 5907, 4715,5535,4723 leading 62 cars of TOFC/COFC.
VIA 185 makes a stop at Cartier, Ontario to take on some hunters and their supplies.
Commonly referred to by locals as the (singular) Budd car, VIA 186 makes a brief station stop at Cartier before quickly running off the last few miles into Sudbury.
A CP intermodal heads through Northern Ontario behind CEFX 1051.
CP 5517, 5683 and 5524 roll past the west siding switch at Cartier with train 406. The freshly painted leader sure contrasts with the faded trailing units.
A hike out to the west end of the long lead at Cartier yielded this photo of an extra train 403 just starting to get a roll on after waiting out a meet with the VIA RDC's and train 472 which you c... (more)
After a crew change, CP 111 continues its journey towards Chapleau for another change off.
CP 5578,5579 come squealing around a tight curve near Geneva Lake with 472.
On a cold February afternoon CP 5915, 5653 have a short 32 car train 472 just departing Cartier.
CP 6052,4204,5747,4710,4707 and train 474 scream around a sharp super elevated curve near Geneva Lake.
CP 4727 had been DIT to Winnipeg the day before, but was set out due to power problems on its train and now is waiting to be picked up by another westbound at Cartier.
Train 481 has come to a stop at the road crossing at the east end of Cartier yard as a couple of crew members have made there way through the units back to the 4729 which flamed up on the long slo... (more)