In what may be one of the craziest things I've ever seen, CP 8790 leads a manifest south through the middle of floodwaters from the Mississippi River in downtown Davenport.
With 9830ft of train behind, CP ES44AC's 8790 + 8828 begin to notch into DB to hold back their heavy train as they descend Neys Hill.
CP oil cans roll along Darlington siding on the Belleville sub with a lowering sun behind creating a nice mix of colors. One unit on the head end and another bringing up the rear.
Running on-time status, CP's flag ship #101 departs Thunder Bay passing a pair of unassigned ECO's. The grain elevator in the background (Saskatchewan Wheat Pool 8) is slated to be demolished.
CP 101 pulls down the North track as CP 100 departs on the South at Port Arthur
After a quick crew change, CP's flagship Toronto, ON - Vancouver, BC #101 departs on time westward.
CP train 113 at Dorion, Ontario.
CP train 113 in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
CP train 113 pulls away from the Depot in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
After uncomfortably close encounters with a mangy wolf and a black bear, I finally get this shot of train 112 Approaching Thunder Bay, Ontario.
CP 2204 heads through Steel
DPU on eastbound led by CP 8753.
CP 112 takes the crossover at Romford off the Cartier Sub and enters the Parry Sound Sub for Toronto. Prior the the abandonment of the Montreal - Winnipeg line through Chalk River, this train prof... (more)
One of the new trains to hit the rails since the Hunter takeover rounds the bend at Lovekin. From my understanding, 205 is a St. Luc - Coquitlam run of mixed freight and IMS.
In the spirit of summers approach...here is a shot from summers past, June 2011, of an eastbound at Osler.