CMQ 9020 idles quietly under the sand tower awaiting a lift east.
CMQ 9021 idles on the shed lead with an empty ballast train, about to be lifted by CP 8031 and added to the wayfreight for a westbound departure to be reloaded.
After dumping ballast in the Thunder Bay terminal, CMQ 9021 waits outside of CP's iconic Fort William depot to be lifted westward later in the evening.
Canadian Pacific train 251 idles in the early morning hours outside the old depot in Jackman, Maine, awaiting its recrew in the morning. CMQ SD40-2F 9020 is the point of a five pack of EMD's inclu... (more)
Splitting the signals and splitting waterways, CMQ 9020 East splits the frozen waterways of Lake of the Woods (foreground) and the Winnipeg River (background) as they pass the signals at Keewatin,... (more)
Canadian Pacific 251 hast just arrived from Maine. Some switching operations as to be complete before departure for Montreal on a frigid sub-zero degree day.
A crewmember climbs off of heritage unit CMQ 9017 as CP 251 starts its work in Farnham Yard.
Old and new boards. A long exposure of CMQ 9020 allows a view of both the current numberboards and the old ones as it spends the night on a spur in Delson. Behind it is CP 5999 and spreader... (more)
Tied down for the night
The CWR train is tied down in the south end of Palgrave for the night after dropping ribbon rail between Palgrave and Elder. This shot was taken from the public ... (more)
Canadian Pacific 251 has just passed through St Jean on its way to Montreal at Lacadie.
A duo of CMQ blue barns scream south on the approach to Bolton.
Heritage unit CMQ 9017 is leading CP 251 on home turf as it switches in Farnham Yard.
Canadian Pacific train 143 makes its way southbound on the CSX Belt Line in Buffalo as it crosses over Broadway St with a pair of Central Maine and Quebec EMD SD40-2Fs leading the train.
A pair of Central Maine & Quebec "Barns" slog a loaded ballast train up the Niagara escarptment through Campbellville.
A pair of CMQ “barns” handle a ballast train from the Fisher Wavy Quarry with some mixed freight tacked on in Sudbury. In a bid to find a scene that didn’t look like a forest in Quebec, the ... (more)