Canadian Pacific SD40-2F “Red Barn” No. 9005 sits in front of the yard office at Cranbrook, British Columbia, on the afternoon of June 27, 2006.
Canadian Pacific’s Expressway service, operating between Milton (just west of Toronto) and Montreal, is essentially dedicated TOFC. With heavy congestion on the MacDonald Cartier Freeway (aka the... (more)
3 Red Barns pulling up the 1.0% grade through the S-curve at Sprecher.
Thankfully this open feild provides just enough light to be able to capture a trio of red barns pull CP 222 into town.
A pair of SD40-2F's yard the daily local CP #435 in Thunder Bay.
Canada's two largest Railroads work together as a team to help pull CP 223 upgrade out of Thunder Bay
CP 9005 arrives at White River for a quick crew change.
CP 9005 arrives at White River for a crew change and passes the old station in downtown White River.
CP 222 heads over the west switch at Bremner, the first siding on the Heron Bay Sub.
Exhaust pours out of CP 9005 as it accelerates back up to track speed after waiting 30 minutes for a T.O.P to clear.
CP 434 departs after picking up cars yours truly switched out!
Work train power sitting in the CP La Crosse Yard.
Exhaust reverberates off the mountains as 2 SD40-2F's and a brand new AC4400 pull 6000 feet of grain empties up the "Big Hill"
This bridge was built in 1909.