A pair of SD40-2's both in worn CP "dual flag" paint lead a work train through Ticonderoga, NY on a bright early spring morning.
A CP dual flag SD40-2 on the D&H in 2019 is rare enough but a pair together pulling a rail train is a real treat. Pulling out of Bluff yard after meeting Amtrak 69 the rail train continues south t... (more)
Flags on the Work Train. The eyes of upstate New York were transfixed this weekend on a pair of Canadian Pacific "Flag Unit" SD40-2/DRF-30t engines (5936/6028). Seen here on the afternoo... (more)
An Old Familiar Face. After waiting for another train to get out of the way, a pair of tired, old workhorses get a CP work train up to speed as it proceeds south down the Canadian Pacific Mainlin... (more)
A CP dual flag SD40-2 on the D&H in 2019 is rare enough but a pair together pulling a rail train is a real treat. A brief break of sun appears just in time as they get underway at Hayford Road in ... (more)
Two well worn SD40-2's in CP Dual-Flag paint lead a welded rail train through the Adirondacks at Westport, NY. The train is bound for Saratoga
Ethanol train 641 cruises West through the Pittock Conservation Area with 3 ICE 40-2's in notch 8.
A well-worn SD40-2 waits on the siding in Brooten with a ballast train as an eastbound behind CP and NS power hustles through town. This appears to be almost directly across the tracks from where... (more)
With a very interesting consisit, a DM&E southbound crosses Duck Creek headed for Nahant.
With a very interesting consisit, a DM&E southbound heads for Nahant. The second unit has the old Milwaukee paint bleeding through.
A pair of old EMD veterans lead this CP train into Minneapolis.
Southbound CP Rail train #250 with SD40-2 #5936, and NREX SD40-2s 783 & 4297 pulls out of CPF-557 after meeting northbound #169 at Oneonta, NY on December 8, 2007.
1503 : CP 116-12 ; Intermodal [Vancouver (Coquitlam), BC to Montreal (St Luc), PQ] 93 cars
83 platforms/10 autoracks
CP 5936 (SD40-2)
**CSXT 8504 (SD50)**
CP 5776 (SD40-2)
A trio of CP SD40-2s head east down the BNSF with a runthrough grain train from Northtown to St Louis.