With a rare visitor up front, CP 298 is rolling down the siding track at Donehower to meet one. You can see the conductor in the nose window, ready to toss a water bottle out the door.
The power from CP Train 474-30 sits in the old roundhouse at KCS Knoche Yard. The leader is a rare for this area CP SD90MAC. I hadn't seen one of these since I was working into Chicago years ago... (more)
One of the four active SD90's on CP had 420's freight moving towards Pringle, and did it sound good!
Though they could be found in the US in the early 2000's, the Noyes sub wasn't capable of such large locomotives until the mid 2000's. By then, these beasts were deemed unsuitable for US operation... (more)
They ain't dead yet! A pair of reactivated SD9043MAC's and a GE scream through the Snow Valley during the storm that's known as the "Texas Low". Get your shots of these units whil... (more)
212's power has cut off of it's train to lift 19 autoracks at Gleichen.
CP #220-CP 9108, 9510, 9557, intermodal, 9 t/e mixed @ 13:46 ~ CPPU, NYT, RC, CDAU, Hapag Lloyd, Evergreen, OOCL
Westbound departing Thunder Bay.
eastbound up Neys Hill at about 15mph
CP 202 rounds the corner out of Middleton siding and is on the shores of Lake Superior.
A eastbound comes onto the trestle over the Little Pic River. If you look close, you can see the sign for end heavy grade. This train is starting the climb of the 1.4% Neys hill.
Looking down from the picnic area of CP 202 crossing the Little Pic River
Twin 9043s westbound on the NS mainline.