CP's last RS-18 heads up an RS-18, RS-18, RS-18, FB-2, FA-2 lashup.
On a beautiful June morning, CP 8800 leads CP 198 east through the Dells.
Icicles on the station. On a very snowy afternoon, CP 8800 leads loaded ethanol train CP 650 past the icicle-covered Lasalle Station. Pushing at the rear is CP 8739.
I miss this train. CP on the the Lehigh Valley Line.
The D&H job from Oak Island Yard heads West on the Conrail Shared Assets Operations Lehigh Line in the late afternoon.
Perhaps one of the reasons that CP's Hamilton Subdivision remains a seldom photographed section of track between Guelph Junction and Hamilton is because of the lack of trains and the time of day w... (more)
CP 8800 leads two other ACs under the York Blvd bridge and over the Desjardins Canal.
An eastbound rounds the curve at MP 110 just after sunrise. The NS and UP locomotives behind the usual road power came west with a unit tank train yesterday.
An eastbound is just underway out of Glenwood Yard as it rounds a curve and passes by some wildflowers along the right of way.
The CPR had quite a fleet of hi-hood RS-18's which seemed to be more or less a Canadian version of the RS-11. In any event the CP really seemed to like the units and they were rebuilt with lo nose... (more)
Two leased SD40-2s find themselves sandwhiched between two CP GEVOs as they head south past A139 on the former D&H Canadian Main with manifest and intermodal traffic bound for Binghamton.
About the closest these days you will come to seeing Cornell Red on the old Lehigh Valley mainline is the elusive NS 38/29Z, which is a run through train from Binghamton NY originating on Canadian... (more)
I count at least 17 locomotives scattered through Pig's Eye Yard in this shot, including the pair of GE's leading the stack train through on the main.
The line of equipment from the annual Franklin Park Railroad Daze makes its way west towards Bensenville Yard.
CP 8800 rolls into Muskego Yard under the 6th street bridge. The newly built Iron Horse hotel lumes in the backround named not for the train but rather the nearby Harley Davidson Museum.