Army leads the way: The first of CP's military tribute units to visit Maine crosses Onawa Trestle beneath Borestone Mountain in the Maine wilderness.
CP 250 is coming off the appropriately named Farnham Connection as it comes onto the Adirondack Sub for a run to Farnham, where a new crew will take over. Leading is CEFX 1002 in CMQ paint, which ... (more)
CP 250 a 10,000 ft container train after changing from a Canadian crew to an American crew is proceeding at 5 mph while U.S. Customs checks the cars. This is the first unit container train that ha... (more)
The Bangor & Aroostook heritage unit is stopped at the head of CP 250. It will depart in a bit under an hour for Maine.
Montreal to Binghamton manifest 250 begins to accelerate from a stop and will head south towards a crew change in Saratoga Springs. This train is about to enter the Adirondack Park.
Autumn high above Willsboro Bay on CP Rails scenic D&H North End with 250 winning the race handily with a lake kayaker (in CP Red) far below at 10:45.
Upon receiving the permission to proceed to the United-States border, CP 9596 South departs milepost 5 of the Lacolle Subdivision
Just before shadows engulf the bridge, CP 8828 leads train 250 across the Susquehanna River and under Route 7 a few miles northeast of Bainbridge.
CP ES44AC 8828 leads train 250 south past the abandoned southbound D&H signal mast at Gage Road. Note the heads turned away. For a shot of the signal in happier times, check out Railroad: Canadian Pacific RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44ACLocation: Delanson, New York, USALocomotive #: CP 8828Train ID: CP 250Photo Date: August 09, 2008
CP ES44AC 8828 and AC4400CW 8574 break the silence of this farm as they head southward approaching Unadilla on the former Delaware & Hudson.
The silence on this farm is broken although not by a herd of cattle or galloping horses, but a mile-long monster with the power of 4400 horses combined. CP 8828 leads train #252 south through the ... (more)
CP/D&H 250 curves past the signal bridge at Oneonta where it will meet not one but two separate 251 freights-one outlawed since yesterday and the other waiting behind it.
CP 250 pulls out of the siding after a meet with CP 168.
CP 250 headed southbound.
A sign of spring! The reflecting pool reappears "temporarily" at Plattsburgh as CP 250 passes by behind gleaming ES44AC 8787 at 00:33.