Heading south on the Windermere Subdivision, a Canadian Pacific coal train approaches Canal Flats, British Columbia, amid the colors of autumn on October 4, 2010.
CP 8778 leads CP 380 east over the Wisconsin River.
The local is switching the Atwater Transfer Yard on the North Bank Branch along the Lachine Canal.
The local is working the small Atwater Transfer Yard on the north bank of the Lachine Canal. The swing bridge that carries the CP's busy Adirondack Sub. over the Lachine Canal is out of service a... (more)
Having finished working the North Canal Bank Branch and Lasalle Yard this local switch crew has reversed out of Lasalle Yard onto the St. Lawrence River Bridge and now heads for St. Luc Yard.
The local job serving the industries on the north bank of the Lachine Canal climbs the first leg of the switchback that will take the train back up to the Adirondack Subdivision mainline that cro... (more)
The local is switching the small yard on the north side of the Lachine Canal in this view from the Lachine Canal Swing Bridge on the Adirondack Subdivision.
A single GEVO leads a short manifest north out of Glenwood as some blustery winds whip through the nearby bean field. This farmer must employ healthy crop rotation practices because I have a shot ... (more)
A CP westbound splits the searchlight signals at Hargrave, Manitoba, on the railroad's transcontinental route across the prairie.
A row of freshly built houses back right up to the Paynesville sub in western Plymouth. With track speeds having been increase from 20 to 40 MPH in the past year, I'm not to sure if this is where... (more)
Far from Central Georgia... It isn't too late in the afternoon, around 1545 perhaps, and already the light indicates it's near sunset creating some low lighting conditions on Canadian Pacif... (more)
64Z is rolling under the 5 track signal bridge at the west end of Toledo yard with a CP / NS 8101 Central of Georgia heritage combo on the point as they make their way east with oil from Canada.
Far from Central Georgia... Canadian Pacific 8778 and Norfolk Southern 8101 "Central of Georgia" lead the eastbound unit crude oil train CP 602 out of the Thief River Falls over the frozen ... (more)
At South Parry, the southern end of the Directional Running Zone, CP 112 has clicked off the last mile of it's CN running rights and is about to crossover to home trackage, riding the Parry Sound ... (more)
Coal loads make their way around the Shuswap at Salmon Arm.