CP 8900 leads CP train 111 across the Nipigon River.
Between Hurkett and Bowker on the CP Nipigon Subdivision.
CP's hottest westbound passes the elevator at Meadows just before sunset.
CP 111 with 6 new ES44s departs the Winnipeg area for points west.
CP 8954 leads 111 past the elevator at Meadows.
CP 111 enters the Winnipeg Yard.
CP 111 arrives in Winnipeg with 6 new ES44s on the point.
Coming out of the Kicking Horse Canyon. The Spring runoff still clouds the river. Two weeks ago this area was under flood watch.
CP 9354 battles her first ever snow storm, as her maiden voyage continues. Until a few hours prior, she was incharge of one of the longest and heaviest 111's to date.
CP 111 departs Thunder Bay's E-Yard with about 10'000 feet of train, and a 3+1 configuration. In the background, CP 5791 continue its push back into the yard. Almost didnt get a shot of 111, but t... (more)
My first catch of a new 8900-series GEVO! CP 111 rolls south into the Lakehead with 8956 doing the honors. an older GEVO, and first-series AC4400CW trail behind, while a separate GEVO provides mid... (more)
111 rolls past past Marina Park, paralleling North Water St.
In glorious sunshine, train 111 hits the crossovers at Divide, the top of the CPR world on Kicking Horse Pass. Ahead lies the BC border, and the 13 mile 2.2% descent to Field
Backdropped by the sheer rock walls overlooking the shores of Lake Superiors Cavers Bay, CP 8871 squeals around tight curves wrapping its train around the frigid shoreline.
CP 111's engineer puts the hammer down as his headend clears the cautionary yard limits at Westfort and leaves the city of Thunder Bay behind.