A rowdy group of hunters, fishers and campers prepare to board the pair of RDC cars for up to a ten hour ride to White River. The train can still be flag stopped anywhere in the wilderness and rea... (more)
The Levack Turn emerges from the power tracks to take a cut of cars down the Nickel Subdivision, then head to Levack to switch the yard and industries there.
The yard job power rolls out of the power tracks. A lot has changed from a year ago, the water tower in the background is gone and the yard has been completely refinished.
A pair of Budd RDCs roll off of the service tracks 30 minutes late. The train will cross onto the north track and load passengers, canoes and kayaks for the ten hour journey north.
A CWR train snakes its way through Sudbury Yard with CP 9007 and 5949 on the point.
A few miles west of Sudbury at Flanagan, CP 203 waits for 202, who has the main. After 202 clears, the 8799 west has a straight shot to Cartier.
CN Q10651 02 heads south at mile 257.17 Bala Subdivision, just west of the Coniston Diamond, amongst fall colours.
OVR train #430 cruises east about to pound the Consiton diamond, where the OVR Cartier Sub crosses the CN Bala Sub at grade. #430 is the daily train to North Bay from Sudbury, carrying CP and Huro... (more)
A pair of GP9's suck it back at the fuel stands
A pair of GTW SD's lug 61 cars for Vale Inco across the Sudbury trestle, over the CP Cartier & Nickel Subdivisions.
VIA 186 makes it's final station stop in Sudbury. After a brief 10 minutes at the station, 186 will shuffle over to the HCRY yard to layover until the next Chapleau/White River trip.
A pair of SD40-2s prepare to depart for the mine leads at Levack siding on the Cartier Subdivision.
Security personnel check bags and IDs for passengers boarding VIA 185 making all required stops to White River.
CP 112 takes the crossover at Romford off the Cartier Sub and enters the Parry Sound Sub for Toronto. Prior the the abandonment of the Montreal - Winnipeg line through Chalk River, this train prof... (more)