Three CP and three NS units team up to move a very long CP manifest freight on a very cold and windy Wisconsin afternoon.
Reminding us of the days when C424's and RS18's dragged tonnage up the Niagara Escarpment, 7018 takes us back to a simpler time, with a wonderful heritage paint scheme.
Canadian Pacific's Toronto to Buffalo freight CP 246 makes the final leg of its journey into Buffalo. With a former CMQ SD40-2F in the lead, the train comes off the CN Stamford Sub and on to the C... (more)
Canadian Pacific Toronto to Buffalo train 246 has just crossed into the United States and makes its way across Unity Island and over the Black Rock Canal and I-190 on the Harbour Draw swing bridge... (more)
The power from Canadian Pacific 246, a manifest freight from Toronto to Buffalo, is tied down for the night near the fuel rack at CSX's Frontier Yard in Buffalo, New York. This day's train had an ... (more)
On June 21st, 2020, the day after the pair of CMQ barns lead train Q165 across CSX, Buffalo was treated to another barn leader in the form of CMQ 9023 leading CP train 246, the Frontier yard trans... (more)
Slowly making it's way into Hamilton, dynamic and train brakes is the only thing keeping 12,000 tons in check while the train operates in mountain grade territory on the Hamilton Sub.
Uphill Struggle With 12,000 tons on the drawbar, this SD70ACu is in full voice climbing Campbellville Hill straining to keep it's tonnage from stalling.
After working Lambton Yard for over an hour and change, Toronto to CSXT Frontier Yard train 246 is well under way trying to accelerate up to track speed with 12,000 tons of mix freight.
The engineer on the CP 8051 South has the train well in control on the mountain grade portion of the Hamilton Sub coming into Hamilton on this gorgeous winter day.
Peekaboo! SOO 6027 emerges from the Hunter Street tunnel in downtown Hamilton with Canadian Pacific train no. 246 from Sudbury, Ontario.
Train 246 emerges from the downtown core of Hamilton, setting off a lengthy cut in Kinnear Yard before tackling the 2% grade of the Niagara Escarpment.
Part of a dying breed, one of the few remaining SD60s in SOO livery leads train 246 over the crest of the Niagara Escarpment.
The rushing waters of the Bronte Creek at Progreston don't give much notice for trains - but the photographer was ready. Perched by the riverside expecting a southbound train, a pair of GEVOs brie... (more)
A little something out of the ordinary, CEFX 118 adds some colour as it leads a grungy AC4400 through the CTC double track with 12,000 tons of train.