A pair of Central Maine & Quebec "Barns" slog a loaded ballast train up the Niagara escarptment through Campbellville.
Blue Barns and Old Code Lines..
Full throttle and nearing the crest of the grade, both CMQ barns have a loaded herzog ballast train in hand on the Campbellville grade..
CMQ 9017, the Bangor And Aroostook Heritage unit rounds the bend at drop in road with 2 other blue barns 2nd and 3rd out.
A chilly appearance! A duo of CMQ barns put on quite the show with some fresh snow on the ground.
A pair of CMQ SD40-2F's lead CP 143 towards Buffalo, the talks between London and the crew were to wye or switch out the consist as the CMQ's were not PTC equipped. But due to other power related ... (more)
Talk About Foreign Power: With the recent acquisition of the Central Maine & Québéc (CMQ) railway by Canadian Pacific, a handful of the CMQ GMD SD40-2Fs have made the surprising move of rejoining ... (more)
One of the uniquely Canadian GMD units leads an eastbound into Field, BC.
Under the snow capped Fisher Peak, Canadian Pacific Railway SD40-2F No. 9011 leads the McConnell Turn out of Cranbrook, British Columbia on the evening of March 7, 2015. The train will ramb... (more)
A red barn leads 411 through Marquette.
A red barn, a GP38-2 and a SD40-2 are today's flavours on CP 421. Seen here racing through the country side north of Alliston, Ontario.
A variety of stored EMD units wait their fate.
A restricted 35 MPH daylight movement, CP DIM-003 is en route to Windsor with windmill towers, the train is seen taking the curve into Milton with a red barn leading.
On a frosty, foggy, Fall morning, a Red Barn leads the southbound local.