Twisting up Neys Hill.
Curving away from Lake Superior and crossing the Little Pic River.
CP 107 begins to descend Neys Hill.
Heading down Neys Hill with the dyno's on
With the tight curve heading downhill, the flanges of CP 8864 grip to the rail.
CP 103 heads through a curve
Four GE's pull priority Calgary IMS down Neys Hill. The has crested the hill, and is now decending Neys Hill, the controlling grade on the Subdivision.
CP 8876 leads train 103 with 7 multilevels, and 86 platforms
With no room in the yard at Marathon, in a rare event woodchips head west of Marathon. Here at Neys, the track snakes around beside the Trans Canada Highway.
New CP power descends Neys Hill.
CP 8651 grinds up Neys Hill on a very cold winter day.
Both ends of CP 108 can be seen as it climbs Neys Hill.