CP 5912 West arrives flatter land at Field, B.C. after descending Kicking Horse Pass through the two famous spiral tunnels.
CP 5912 West is descending Kicking Horse Pass at Yoho, B.C. on Oct. 1, 1989.
A windmill train which originated out of Windsor, Ontario and destined for Virden, Manitoba is taking the long way around Superior. The train of 44 cars of windmill parts is led by two of CP's vet... (more)
CP 5912 sits without a crew after being picked up at the K1 potash mine at Esterhazy Saskatchewan, this job is neat to watch as they serve two potash mines and always run with SD40-2 power and wit... (more)
After setting off autoracks at West Coakley this trio of SD40-2's consisting of CP 5912 - CP 5933 - CP 5766 are departing the west end of Coakley with 37 cars.
With a puff of black smoke CP 5912 - CP 5933 - CP 5766 pull ahead to clear the switch at West Coakley were they will set off a bunch of autoracks for the OSR to lift for the GM Cami plant.
Heading westbound with windfarm cargo
CP 785(windmill train) blasts out of the Steel Tunnel with a stellar lash up which includes one of CP's low emission diesel switchers . Click ... (more)
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)
The most environmentally friendly train/cargo ; With 1 of 2 of CP's NRE genset locomotives ; 24 blades and 8 hubs/nacelles head for a new renewable wind energy project at Moosomin, Saskatchewan.
Running into the golden light from a setting northern sun, a Windsor, ON to Virden, MB windmill special rolls through Terrace Bay with 44 cars of windmill parts. Leading this train are two of CP's... (more)
Now there is a lashup! Three SD40-2's and a CN SD75I all elephant style cross the Matawin River.
Heavy storm clouds begin to move in as CP 435 departs Schreiber.