CP 101's train pokes out of the Jackfish tunnel
A very heavy 420 eases through the horseshoe curve around Lake Superior's Jackfish Bay with new SD70ACU 7037 on the point.
A new rebuild has a heavy Edmonton - Montreal #118 in check at Jackfish.
Canadian Pacific's pride, the 101 heads westbound out of Jackfish and around the horseshoe curve of Jackfish Bay
Toronto - Vancouver #101 heads around Jackfish curve and through the Jackfish Tunnel on the rugged shore of Lake Superior
An eastbound CP freight with three SD40-2s rolls along the rugged north shore of Lake Superior.
Canadian Pacific train No. 474 is eastbound east of Jackfish, Ontario, on the afternoon of September 24, 1993.
JackfishCP Rail train No. 935 exits the Jackfish Tunnel at Jackfish, Ontario, on September 24, 1993. The body of water at the right is called—wait for it—Jackfish Bay, on the rugged nor... (more)
The "Superior Flyer" exits the Jackfish Tunnel on it's first of two eastbound scenic tours to Coldwell.
CP 103 takes the horseshoe curve around Jackfish Bay
CP 9636 can be seen in the distance as CP 106 takes the horseshoe curve around Lake Superior's Jackfish Bay.
CP 9583 brings up the rear of train 106 and is seen here making a horseshoe curve around Jackfish Bay.
CP 8858 brings up the rear of CP 108 as it takes the horseshoe curve around Jackfish Bay.
CP 103 passes a work gang and heads into a rock cut.
CP 107 hugs Lake Superior's Jackfish Bay and is about to enter the Jackfish Tunnel