If you're going to see nothing but dirty and crusty GEs, you might as well see five of them on one train. Westbound train 293 crosses the bridge east of Hoffman on a very windy March afternoon.
Five GEs rush past an old Soo Line crane and CP caboose ("van" I suppose is the proper term for the CP) sitting on the elevator track in Farwell.
A lovely summer sunset glints off of the sides of an eastbound CP train that's accelerating out of Brooten after negotiating a slow order in town. I never tire of these long summer evenings and t... (more)
Westbound intermodal passes Canoe Beach boat launch on its way into Salmon Arm.
Two GEs lead a short manifest into the yard.
More interesting power on the Paynesville Sub today as MP15 1447 and SD60 6023 trail on the 290.
Most SOO SD60's have found their way back into service. Unfortunately for us railfans, most of them find their way to the back of the consist.
CP 8501 sits idle as traffic is brought to a stop due to flooding around Wisconsin. The tracks in Reeeseville, WI are under water preventing any traffic from passing for several days.
A CP manifest freight rolls east at Duplainville.
Chugging into Banff with a loaded grain train, with the slopes of Mount Aylmer and an unnamed ridge in the Palliser Range dominating the scene
lumbering into Banff with a long grain train and a spectacular backdrop
Passing downtown @ sunrise
CP #106-CP 8501, 9602, intermodal, 16 t/e autoracks-354 axles @ 09:05
CP 241 comes down the Hornby dip on the outskirts of Milton before the GO rush hour.