5 engines pull a rather large train up the escarpment on the Hamilton sub before promptly going right back down the same side of the escarpment on the Galt sub.
CP 9146 had to drop half its train off at Mile 34, and double the last 5 miles of the escarpment. The engine is seen here just after dropping its train on the main track for lack of space in the y... (more)
The conductor was probably just resting his hand out the window....
Still in active service, this high-nose GP7 is the only one I've ever seen. This picture is taken from the excursion train attached to CP 4-6-4 #2816, thus the person with the camera standing on t... (more)
Proof at last! CP buys its track at hobby shops. They didn't really scratch build their national layout.
The Expressway, also known as the Iron Highway, heads West through CP Guelph Junction with an SD90/43MAC and an AC4400CW back to back.
A local train from Lambton yard to Guelph Junction and back arrives at Guelph Junction with its long nose forward and a very short train. It left an hour later with its engines back to back and on... (more)
A St. Lawrence and Hudson engine leads the expressway Westbound.
CP 9100 doubles it up the escarpment in a February snow storm.
SD60, SD40-3( rebuilt SD45) climb the Niagara escarpment at 10 mph.
CP 9539 Stuggles up the Campbellville grade.
With Soo SD40-2 738 appraoching Guelph Junction