CP 8136 provides power on the rear of an eastbound potash train. For a number of years, I didn't really like photographing potash trains. I considered them very dull looking, grey trains. In recen... (more)
CP 8116 works for every inch leading heavy stacker up the grade east of Thunder Bay over the former west switch of Navilus. Navilus was one of five signalled sidings removed on the Nipigon Subdivi... (more)
Mount McKay backdrops an early morning arrival of potash loads for the Thunder Bay terminal. The conductor lines up the movement from the south main track onto the running lead and is preparing to... (more)
New business for Canadian Pacific! With what seemed like the same daily 6x100 series hotshots through Northern Ontario for over a decade, CP has recently added train 120 to its operating plan. It ... (more)
CP 100 stretches their leg's between Dublin and Gravel
CP 101's train exits the Steel tunnel passing alongside Steel lake
CP 113 flies through the curve at Rossport
CP 100 crosses the Pic River bridge
The tailend remote of 100 pushes their train through the wilderness. The large Barrick Gold Williams Mine can be seen in the distance.
Eastbound KCS 101 train with 2 Canadians heading to Wylie Yard.
A fresh dusting of snow on the ground and Port Arthur providing the backdrop. CP’s has had to get a little creative fueling these 12000’ monsters in Thunder Bay to allow the fuel trucks have acces... (more)
Mt. McKay looks on in the background as hotshot 101 charges westbound out of Thunder Bay and into the setting sun.
CP 8072 nears San Bernardino as it passes Ono on the Cajon Sub.
CP power leads a westbound BNSF stack train at Summit on a cold afternoon in Cajon Pass.