The first minutes of sunlight greet a quad set of F units leading the charge through Mackenzie with the “Canada 150” train.
Fall colors are beginning to line the peaks and valleys of the Northern Ontario boreal as CP 112 charges upgrade temporarily disturbing the tranquillity that is life in the hamlet of Mackenzie.
With a friendly hello from the conductor, the last rays of sunshine on a bitter February day catch CP 113 beginning its descent into the Lakehead passing the SNS Mackenzie.
CP 113 kicks up a fresh snowfall while knocking down the light at Mackenzie East.
CP's Montreal to Vancouver hotshot 113 eases into MacKenzie
Heritage painted SD70ACU leads Toronto - Vancouver hotshot 101
Work train takes the siding at Mackenzie for a meet with train 112.
A heavy 118 pulled by a pair of GE's gains speed at MacKenzie
CP 112 heads up the hill at MacKenzie
CP train 119 at the east switch at Mackenzie.
Train 222 at Mackenzie with an unusual leader.
Westbound at the east switch at Mackenzie.
CP 103 twists and turns its way through Mackenzie
CP 102 accelerates upgrade through Mackenzie
Shortly after sunrise, CP 9714 works hard to haul train 102 uphill through Mackenzie.