The dyno's begin to sound as 119 slows down approaching Schreiber for a crew change and a meet
CP 119 hustles through Steel
With Columbia Lake as a background, an empty Canadian Pacific coal train cruises into Canal Flats, British Columbia, on a beautiful June 27, 2006.
Tennessee side crew will soon be climbing aboard and will depart shortly for Knoxville. Meanwhile NS V19 idles on the siding.
CP 9778 takes the siding at Gap, just east of Canmore. Mount Rundle towers in the distance.
The rising sun casts a beam of light from behind a cloud bank as a westbound empty oil train waits on the main at Murray for a relief crew out of Glenwood.
A loaded CP rail train crosses the Rockville bridge to head north on the Buffalo Line...
An eastbound coal train curves out of Lowry on a clear morning. Next stop, Glenwood Yard.
CP 112's tailend remote is mere seconds from clearing the staggered aspects at Bartlett.
CP 9778 - CP 9590 are accelerating westbound with 102 cars having just met 138 at Coakley at the east side of Woodstock.
Another CP train briefly disturbs the peace and quiet of a Sunday evening in the small town of Belgrade.
DPU on an unidentified loaded grain train heads over a channel of the Bow and west up the valley, Mt. Borgeau in the background
Eastbound near the Alberta/Saskatchewan border.
Westbound with SOO SD60M 6058 trailing. Thanks to Gerry for the train information.