Canadian Pacific 251 is passing Choquette Grain elevators on its way to Montreal ... (more)
On a gloomy early Spring day, a nice set of EMD power leads the Montreal to Saratoga 252 as it approaches it's Saratoga Yard destination. In charge of the 49 cars of mixed freight is an ex Soo Lin... (more)
The snow is done falling and the sun has come out, so with a couple of westbounds showing on ATCS, I trudged out of the office and headed for home via the tracks. I had no clue what was coming, a... (more)
One of four CP SD60Ms waits for the light out of Milwaukee,WI in the last of the golden hour
CP 6258 leads NS 1124 and 96 platforms up the steep grade at Waterdown on CP's Hamilton Subdivision. A trio of GP20C-ECOs are shoving on the rear.
One of the more interesting lashups I've ever seen along the CP: a former SOO SD60M leads a warbonnet, two other SD60 repaints, and an SD40-2. With a very short grain train in tow, they had very ... (more)
Trotting North through the Des Lacs River Valley, a short manifest bound for Swift Current, Saskatchewan is led by a lone CP SD60M on a gorgeous May afternoon.
A nice mix of all EMD power leads CP's Montreal to Binghamton mixed freight as it approaches Mohawk Yard. The second unit is one of the few remaining SOO Line SD60's still in the white scheme.
Maiden Voyage! Working 2 yards in Toronto surely saved the chase from Newtonville, ON. CP 6258 is returning from CAD shops in Montreal with another SOO rebuild trailing, and a v... (more)
The railroad paparazzi ended the chase of glory in Etobicoke, with a shot of 241 banging the plant at Loreland in golden evening light.
The railroad paparazzi bagged this juicy inaugural 60M's run a second time at CP Kennedy, just outside of Toronto Yard, where 241 was recrewed lickety split.
This power setup was very nice to say the least, the railroad paparazzi jumped on this one like white on rice, and the chase to Etobicoke commenced.
Fresh from Rebuild! CP 6258 (ex-SOO Line 6058) strolls Westward out of Toronto Yard, continuing her maiden voyage since being rebuilt in CAD shops in Montreal. This was complete... (more)