Royal Canadian Pacific departs Thunder Bay and heads out onto the Nipigon Sub. Seen here passing alongside the Marina Park/waterfront and downtown Port Arthur.
CP 2816 east receives some attention as it pauses at Selim.
Following the tail of CP 420, CP 40B rolls through Palgrave bound for Toronto and eventual layover at Richmond Hill GO Layover later on for the LPGA Women's Tour in Aurora.
Shortly after getting on the Elgin Sub, CP 1401 is seen running past en empty yard at Galewood with the Chicago skyline looming 7 miles in the distance.
CP 40B rolls south through Morton Grove, IL, deadheading to Bensenville Yard where higher ups would board a couple days later for a brief round trip on CP's Elgin, Chicago, River, Tomah, Watertown... (more)
The Royal Canadian Pacific business train heads west through Franklin Park.
Headed south out of Milwaukee, the Royal Canadian Pacific business train is making good speed up Lake Hill as it continues its journey to Bensenville.
After entering Elgin Sub trackage in Chicago, the Royal Canadian Pacific business train heads west out of the city, approaching the Hanson Park Metra station. Running over three hours behind the o... (more)
CP FP9 1401 reverses the Royal Canadian Pacific business train past Tower B-17 in Bensenville.
CP FP9 1401 leads the business train west through Franklin Park, passing under the classic signal bridge at Tower B-12.
The CP business train heads east through the Milwaukee Intermodal Station.
The CP business train heads east through Sturtevant, splitting a set of classic Milwaukee Road searchlights.
The CP business train heads east through Rondout, passing under the endangered searchlights.
CP 1401 leads deadhead move CP 40B past Morton Grove, heading towards Tower A5 to head west to Bensenville Yard, where it will tie down for the day.
CP #1401 leads CP 40B past the searchlights at Rondout, IL.