Tail end DPU on eastbound.
CP train crossing the abandoned CN Kinghorn Subdivision and the Nipigon River, where, in 1915 Dr. W. J. Cook caught the world record brook trout.
Train 110, with a very clean ES44AC, waits for a crew at sunrise in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
CP 9354 waits at Marquette for a westbound intermodal.
A couple of cool SOO locomotives lead CP's hot intermodal through Palgrave on a humid afternoon.
Southbound Intermodal 110 rips through Bala, ON with one of the first CP GE's to feature high numberboards. Not visible in the picture, parked on the siding track is an outlawed CP 114, which woul... (more)
After its maiden trip out west, 9379 leads a Vancouver to Toronto IMS train south of Alyth Yard in Calgary, AB.
CP 110 races south with a 1+1+1+1 combo guiding the train through the northern landscape.
Rails reflect the fresh red paint of CP 8902.
CP 110 absolutely flies by with a 1+1+1+1 setup and a length that is considered "oversiding" as he whistles though milepost 93 of the Cartier sub..
A carpet of yellow.
The dog seems to be giving me a strange look.
He is standing on the abandoned CN Kinghorn Subdivision. Shots at this location when the line was active are seen here: Railroad: Canadian Pacific RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44ACLocation: Nipigon, Ontario, CanadaLocomotive #: CP 8879Train ID: CP 110Photo Date: August 04, 2011
CP 8879 East as seen from the Kama lookout.