CP 5911 and sister unit CP 5863 pull a cut of cars past the old tower at Rugby Junction. These 2 units are the last remaining SD40-2s that still wear the large multi-mark.
CP 5911 and sister unit CP 5863 pull a cut of cars out of the yard. These are the only two units on CP's roster that still wear the large multi-mark.
Late evening activity at the west end of the yard.
CP 5911 brings three other EMD SD40-2s and 10,563 tons of loaded unit ethanol train into Welland Yard.
A short sprint in the car over to this location yielded a nice telephoto opportunity as 5911 and three other units notch up. It's a straight shot from here to Welland - almost 30 track miles - all... (more)
After waiting a half hour for CN and CP to make arrangements for 626 to complete its journey in Canada, 5911 trips the hotbox detector at MP 18.3 and we ready our cameras. Shooting out of Townline... (more)
626-502 is within reach of the United States as it rolls through the south end of the yard. Our chase ended here with a chance to photograph the Norfolk Southern transfer, NS 369.
Our chase from Hamilton to Fort Erie begins here: After making a short move from Kinnear to Vinemount, a quartet of EMD SD40-2s crest the Niagara Escarpment in run 8 with CP 5911 as the leader. Tr... (more)
A nice variety of EMDs lead te empty ethanol train west pass the La Crosse Depot.
Bearing down on the west siding switch, CP 5911, 5947, and SOO 6051 have 666's train well in hand at Port Hope, Ontario. The right unit is in the lead. 1303hrs.
Ethanol Loads for Providence, RI
Two EMD 645s fill the air with heat and sound as they blast westward out of the siding in Paynesville, passing under the ongoing MN-23 bypass construction.
The same power that brought train 490 into St Paul yesterday brings the 491 back west today, this time with large multimark CP 5911 leading the way. Here, they power up the grade between Kimball a... (more)
A parting pacing shot as these two workhorses are almost done with another trip across the Paynesville Sub, nearing the east yard limits at Glenwood.