While the power for CP/D&H Train 557 is assembles its train, a Conrail GP38 passes by to switch some customers farther up Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia.
Shortly after Canadian Pacific acquired the Delaware & Hudson, trains 557 and 558 between Buffalo and a new intermodal facility in Philadelphia were instituted. Here the power for Train 557 is put... (more)
Arguably the two biggest landmarks in South Philly are the Sports Complex and the Walt Whitman Bridge. For those with ferroequine interests, a new one appeared in 1992 when CP/D&H established an i... (more)
Canadian Pacific’s Philadelphia waterfront local trundles north along Columbus Avenue. The building in the right distance is PECO Energy’s Delaware Generating Station.
Canadian Pacific’s Philadelphia waterfront local is switching Pier 78, and is making a spot. Although the truck has a Seaboard System trailer, the CP crew is doing its best to slow down the compet... (more)
Canadian Pacific’s local crew in Philadelphia pulls a car onto Columbus Avenue from Pier 78. Today, there is a large building directly between the photographer’s vantage point and the pier.
When the Canadian Pacific took over the Delaware & Hudson, they quickly made an effort to gain access to the Port of Philadelphia for intermodal service. This access also included the ability to p... (more)
While an out-of-service SEPTA bus waits on Columbus Avenue, CP 8239 begins switching Pier 78 on the Philadelphia waterfront.
The crew of CP train 557 sets out their train at the new Philadelphia intermodal facility. They have pulled far enough down the lead to come to the beginning of the street running section of Colum... (more)
Get 'em while you can! CP's GP9u's are rapidly diminishing as the ECO rebuild program continues to progress. 8239 and 8211 have been slated to power this "Management Train", which... (more)
A trio of GP9s shuffle cars around the yard in Galt, Ontario. The GP9s will eventually be replaced by GP20C-ECO units.
The Obico B job works cars on the team track before descending Area H to work local costumers.
After coming up the Hamilton Sub the "Ham Turn" heads home to London on the Galt Sub with just one car. In the distance at Guelph Junction another train is about to come off the Galt onto the Hami... (more)
A brief gap in the trees provides light for the Sprint Train westward for St. Thomas
Worst numberboards ever...three units and two cars head for Galt Yard