The skies have cleared moments after a down pour as CP ES44AC 8851 leads CP train 112-12 south on the CN Bala Sub (part of CP and CN's Directional Run Zone) just south of Burwash.
Sometimes the CSX will mix up power from the western carriers, or ethanol trains will get rebilled to other plants...that means the CN will sometimes get odd ball run thru power from CSX on emptie... (more)
After meeting one at Alaten, the 6,015ft long ethanol train CSX K443-21 (Chicago,IL/CP-Lawrenceville,GA) is cruising pass the new New Hope Community sign at the bottom of Hogjaw hill. The train is... (more)
The moderate to heavy rain ease for just a brief moment as CSX K443-21 (Chicago,IL/CP-Lawrenceville,GA), but the wet rails give the crew a fit as they drag 13,045 tons of steel, and ethanol over ... (more)
38T pulls south for head room before backing its train into the yard
After the recent agreement between CP and NS on the D&H South end, seeing CP trains on this line will soon be no more. Here's on of the last 253's to run before hands change.
A eastbound stacker roll's through Steward, IL on a bright sunny morning with leased power from the CP for the BNSF.
Two Canadian Pacific visitors partner with the BNSF to move freight.
Canuck in Colorado A Canadian visitor dropped off from yesterday’s DENAMS sits on the roundhouse track at the yard in Pueblo patiently awaiting the next train to help power for the BNSF.
Two Canadian Pacific GEVO's lead NS 189 out of the twin tunnels at Huger near Welch, WV on a damp August 18th, 2012 morning
After getting on UP rails at Shermer, a trio of Canadian Pacific ES44AC's round the corner at Howard Street in Des Plaines.
The morning sun glints off the side of a westbound as it negotiates the slightly rolling terrain between Brooten and Sedan.
With the sun just coming up, a westbound creeps through the fog and down the siding at Murray, where it will wait on a couple of eastbounds.
A westbound one unit wonder takes the switch for the Elbow Lake Sub and splits the signals at Glenwood West as the sun begins to set on the last day of July 2010.
A single GE is making good time heading up the Mississippi River in the evening sun. The tail end of a DME train arriving off the Waseca sub can be seen in the background.