Toronto - Winnipeg freight train 421 eases into Heron Bay crossing the Pic River.
A trio of motors pull 101's freight over the Pic River
CP 118-31 overtakes 420-01 at Heron Bay
Vancouver, BC - Toronto, ON stack train #100 makes its way through Heron Bay West.
CP 118 leaves Lake Superior behind as they turn away after running along for 180 miles.
CP's Lord Strathcona decaled SD70ACU pulls 118's freight through Heron Bay
Auto train 120 pulls down to clear as 113's freight occupies the crossing at Heron Bay
At Heron Bay West, the railway joins with the shores of Lake Superior for the 180 mile route to Thunder Bay. Here 113's tail end twists through a few curves after meeting 120's freight.
CP AC4400CWM 8107 + CP ES44AC 8959 pull 420's freight out of the siding at Heron Bay after a meet with 113-07's freight. Heading across the Pic River and climbing away from Lake Superior.
A great looking AC4400CW pulls 420's freight through Heron Bay. With spring just around the corner the snow fighter can take a break before being converted for moving ballast around!
CP 8899 leads 101's train through Heron Bay
CP's 101 heads through the hamlet of Heron Bay. Much of Heron Bay was left abandoned, and just a handful of homes are up the hill on the highway.
After loosing six hours at White River to -40C/-40F air issues, Montreal - Vancouver train #113 is westbound down the main at Heron Bay.
The Toronto Yard, ON - Winnipeg, MB manifest train glides into Heron Bay crossing the Pic River.
CP ES44AC's 8932, 8877 + EMDX SD70ACe-T4 7206 pull a long 421 through Heron Bay