CP 112 eases across the Nipigon River bridge, with the massive Highway 11/17 suspension bridge beside.
CP train 119 leaving Nipigon.
A pair of CP GE’s lead train 101 over the Nipigon bridge in Nipigon, Ontario
Vancouver, BC - Montreal, PQ #112's tailend remote shoves 112's freight across the Nipigon River, the largest tributary into Lake Superior. This is the narrowest east-west corridor in Canada where... (more)
Fresh snow clings to the trees as winter grain empties 333 cruises into Nipigon and passes what used to be the east switch for the signalled siding, now just a control point. The new Trans-Canada ... (more)
Fresh snowfall and the newer cable stayed bridge spanning the Nipigon River surround CP 119 as it drops into downtown Nipigon, all while standing on the remains of the roadbed for the former CN Ki... (more)
A quartet of F's lead the eastbound "Canada 150" train across the Nipigon River. The new four-lane suspension bridge for the Trans-Canada highway is still under construction in the backg... (more)
The mighty 101 races storm clouds westbound out of Firehill headed the setting sun.
An SD40-2 still earns its keep hauling a mixture of new and old boarding car equipment westbound on the Nipigon Sub. Seen here crossing over the Black Sturgeon River alongside the remnants of the ... (more)
A pair of EMD SD70ACU's lead 421's freight into the siding at Fire Hill to meet 112's train. The Jackfish River and the Nipigon Palisades provide the backdrop.
After a meet with 112, Extra 119 departs Fire Hill siding
Westbound just out of Nipigon on the north shore of Lake Superior.
CP train 434 approaching Nipigon with a twin flags SD40-2 leading. As seen from Eagle Lookout on the Nipigon-Red Rock hiking trail.
Crossing the Black Sturgeon River west of Nipigon, Ontario.
Train 103 out of Nipigon.