CP train 108 arrives in Thunder Bay.
A pair of clean ES44ACs trundle east with Montreal-bound containers on a frigid February morning.
108-06 breezes through a moderate snowstorm at Brickburn siding
CP 8858 leads train 108 around Lake Superior's Cavers Bay.
CP 8712 pushes CP 108 into the siding and under the signal tower at Marathon in nice late evening light.
CEFX 1059 begins the climb up Neys Hill by crossing the Little Pic River.
Both ends of CP 108 are seen twisting through the Canadian Shield.
108-06 crosses the bridge west of Cochrane, leaving blue sky behind
CP 108-06 comes around the curve just to the west of the bridge at mile 27, as early morning light starts to hit the hillsides above the Bow Valley. (exif timestamp is incorrect)
CP train 108 departs Thunder Bay.
CP 9801 passes the approach signal to Middleton.
Recently CP has put mid or end train DPU's on most of their trains in Northern Ontario. Here we see CP 9801 leading train 108 up Neys Hill, and CP 9642 off in the distance assisting from the rear.
CP 108 seen from Neys Lookout.
CP 8858 brings up the rear of CP 108 as it takes the horseshoe curve around Jackfish Bay.