GP20C-ECOs 2249 and 2305 wait to meet two trains in the siding at Harmatton.
Power for a work train sits on the Shantz Spur wye with the train in the siding on the Shantz side. Spectacular skies like this are almost daily during the summer.
CP GP38-2s 3036 and 3022 lead a northbound local into the siding at Harmatton.
A trio of CP SD40-2s (5926, 5963 and 5989) resume their trip south to Calgary, after restoring the Shantz Sub switch to normal.
CP 8802 and CP 8580 lead a CWR train off of the Shantz Sub, south to Calgary on the Red Deer Sub.
While the Olds Wayfreight brake tests their train, Canadian Superior in the background has a huge flare as they burn excess oil.
Departing the siding at Harmatton after switching out a gas plant
Performing a running inspection on the curve from the tailend tank car as we head up to Didsbury to park for the day in the storage track.
After nearly coming to a stop awaiting instructions through a foremans limits. This southbound is powering back up to tackle the hill into Didsbury
Olds Wayfreight run around their train preparing to shove 5 miles north to a gas plant
3050,3041,3023 make a hard pull up the hill into Didsbury after receiving instruction to proceed through WK3063's (OLDS wayfreight) limits.
CP sent THE EMPRESS to Didbury, AB for the re-dedication of the train station.