Southbound CP 8888 passes MP 113 on the Windermere Sub. Almost as photogenic as Mile 113 Laggan Sub.
Note the reversed number boards black on white/white on black. (Some say the numbers are als... (more)
Crazy Eights: CP ES44AC 8888 leads a westbound manifest through the tunnel and over the bridge at Ainslie Creek, MP 120 on CN's Ashcroft Sub.
CP 113 speeds on through Marathon with the empress of eights at the helm.
CP 8888 leads a string of auto racks past the elevator at Meadows.
The road number caught my attention, but the scene looks interesting as well. It was -31C (-24F) at the time so CP 8888 leaves a nice plume as it begins the move. Meanwhile in the shadows, the m... (more)
A pair of GEs lead autoracks past the elevator at Meadows.
A couple dirty AC GE units lead 281 at a snail's pace through downtown Milwaukee past the former home of the Cutler-Hammer Manufacturing Company.
Seen through the trees above the highway, train 609 is running at restricted speed due to signal problems through the big curve at Maple Springs.
Crazy 8's hauls 147, a solid train of multi's, towards Galt and points westward. It's hard to believe that lashups like this were once the norm on CP.
Westbound freight at Camden Bridge
An eastbound grain train blasts through Brooten on a foggy and misty fall morning.
CP 8888 leads priority stacks east toward Minneapolis, seen just west of Belgrade.
Quadruple 8 awaits its next call to duty, while G28's power (trio of SOO GP38-2's and a CP SD40-2) head back to the diesel facility.
An eastbound is deaprting the siding at Dickinson led by CP 8888. If you look at the number boards, you can see that on the engineer side, half of the number board is upside down.
Someone must have taken an interest in a unique numberboard! Either that or an accident with a crow took out one of 8888's numberboards...regardless, here she is departing westbound with a loaded ... (more)