From White River to Kenora, Ontario the Trans Canada Highway #17 follows the CP mainline through the vast wilderness of rock outcrops, boreal forest, and many lakes. Here a heavy 7228ft/10561ft fr... (more)
A trio of GE's pull 420's freight alongside Cache Lake. Mother nature will not give up this year with another light dusting of snow after temperatures plummeted overnight.
CP 8700 pulls a heavy freight through Cache Lake
Class unit ES44AC 8700 lugs a heavy 118 up the grade at Cache Lake
CP 112 eases through Hemlo in the exteme cold -31C riding the yellows following 9118-08.
CP 101 hustles through Hemlo alongside a frozen Cache Lake
CP 100's DPU shoves the train through the endless lakes east of Superior in the Canadian Shield. Here they pass Cache Lake and a few camps.
The tailend remote of 100 pushes their train through the wilderness. The large Barrick Gold Williams Mine can be seen in the distance.
100-15's tailend remote shoves the train into the small community of Hemlo.
CP 420 rounds Cache Lake on a beautiful morning
On a somewhat gloomy spring day (in the middle of a polar vortex to boot) a pair of veteran SD40-2's pull a Winnipeg, MB - Chapleau, ON loaded rail train around the shore of Cache Lake.
CP SD40-2 5743 + CP GP20C-ECO 2313 have a Toronto Yard, ON - Winnipeg, MB relay rail train westbound through Hemlo.
CP SD70ACU 7010 leads 100's train along the shore of Cache Lake
CP 100 curves around Cache Lake on a beautiful morning
Vancouver, BC - Toronto, ON #100 skirts the frozen shore of Cache Lake on a beautiful spring morning.