Priority intermodal for Calgary, AB / Deltaport, BC
Train 112 makes its way through Neys and up the hill
CP 110 is all about the DP units, here 2 of them are visable, while a 3rd is hidden behind the rock!
CP 222 snakes through with 5000ft of train behind
CP 9671 pulls 100 platforms, CP 9662 is assisting 64 platforms back.
Heading westbound with windfarm cargo
CP 785(windmill train) makes its way across the Little Pic River Bridge with a stellar lash up which includes one of CP's low emission diesel switchers . Railroad: Canadian Pacific RailwayLocomotive: EMD SD40-2Location: Neys, Ontario, CanadaLocomotive #: CP 5912Train ID: CP 785Photo Date: August 22, 2010
A windmill train of generators and blades slowly snakes its way through the curves at Neys. Click Here to find out how you can get shots f... (more)
A poorly designed over tonnage 110 with 2 locomotives at 8500tons, @ 9800ft struggles Neys Hill, but makes it at a slow speed.
All 11895ft is seen here stretching out at Neys. That is 2.25 miles of rolling stock!
Train 112 rolls through Neys behind train 110 on a clear to stop indication
CP 103 rolls across the Little Pic River
Backdropped by 10 000 year old rock bluffs, CP 8709 crosses the Little Pic River and begins its assault on Neys Hill.
One of CP's monster 12000 f.t 110's grinds its way up the ruling Heron Bay sub grade at Neys and the train can be seen over 2 miles away along the steep rock bluffs overlooking Lake Superior.
The CP 9102 pulls a very short 23 car 223 westwards