The ill-fated CP 9300 pauses for the conductor to align some switches as it departs Thunder Bay with train 441. The CP 9300 and the three other SD90MAC-H IIs owned by CP were scrapped several year... (more)
Westbound departs Thunder Bay led by CP 9300.
Lucky for me, CP 9300 and the other SD90MAC-H IIs were typically used on train 441 out of Thunder Bay for their last couple years before early retirement so I saw them fairly often. All have been ... (more)
CP train 441 departs Thunder Bay with SD90MAC-H CP 9300 leading. This unit was retired from normal service due to reliability issues just over a year after this picture was taken in 2005, despite ... (more)
CP 9300 had a short life on CP. Purchased in 1999 and retired from regular operations by 2006 due to reliability issues, it has already been cut up for scrap at RB Recycling (Lachine, QC) accordi... (more)
Several units wait thier fate including three of the four SD90MAC-Hs. Most of the SD40-2s were sold, however, the 90s still remain in the yard today.
How the mighty have fallen. 6,000 horsepower of SD90MAC slinks downhill towards Thunder Bay with a large train of 7 cars in tow.
The CP SD90MAC-H units are back in service after several months in storage.
Crossing the Matawin river.
CP 9300 is still around and still assigned to CP train 441. Here it is departing Thunder Bay for Winnipeg.
Just before sunset.
5 AC units lead 441 just before sunset. CP 9300, CP 9138, CP 9555, CP 9546, CP 8565.
9300 looks pretty clean today.