A pair of CP geeps rock and roll their way down CP's St. Thomas Sub. In a few short weeks CP will hand over the operation of this line to the Ontario Southland Railway making shots like this of th... (more)
A nice variety of CN power pulls this CN westbound freight over CP's St. Thomas Sub. In a few short weeks the CP St.Thomas sub that this CN freight is diamonding will be turned over to the Ontario... (more)
The CN test train makes it way along CN's Kashabowie Subdivison evaulating track conditions.
CN 2577 chugs out of Thunder Bay maxed out with 139 empty grain cars
CN 2577 chugs up grade maxed out with 139 empty grain cars
The sun has just come up over the horizon as CP 9550+ CP 5903 pull CP 2-114 out of the Lakehead and over CN's Kashabowie Subdivison.
While sitting around the fire at night having some drinks with freinds, I hear a train approahing in the distance so I grab my camera and tripod and run down the trail from our campsite to the bea... (more)
While relaxing on the beach at Neys Provincial Park, I roll over grab my camera and take this shot of a CP CWR train making its way along the coast of Lake Superior. From shots like this, to shots... (more)
A pair of geeps pass some beautiful fall colors as they pull a drag of 100+ grain empties into Westfort Yard.
In a rare move the power off of a CP potash train heads over to TBTL to couple up to a cut of 65 loaded grain hoppers. TBTL, famous for unloading coal and potash trains rarely if ever unloads grai... (more)
A 2 up front and 1 in the middle combination of GE's pull CP 111's 9000+foot train up the the light at Westfort on this beautiful fall morning
CP 6047 acclerates the CP TEC train out of Thunder Bay and onto CP's Nipigon Sub.
CP 441 departs Thunder Bay with quite possibly one of the best lashups I have ever seen on CP(CP 5963+ CN 2657+ D&H 7312!)
Fellow railpictures.net contributer Dave Young gets his shot http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=293160 of the CP CWR train crossing the Nipigon River bridge in sweet evening light
A pair of GP 38's back up to a cut of grain empties under threatening skies