As the November sun starts to sag, a trio of Electro Motive locomotives charge west out of Glenwood with train 499.
CP 8951 leads CP 499 west through Wisconsin Dells.
Four EMDs leading a westbound cast a nice early morning reflection in a slough on the state land west of Sedan.
A rebuilt EMD sits on the main at Murray with a westbound as the sun rises on the summer solstice.
Trotting North through the Des Lacs River Valley, a short manifest bound for Swift Current, Saskatchewan is led by a lone CP SD60M on a gorgeous May afternoon.
It's Christmas Eve and my last train before CP shuts down for the Christmas holiday was a beauty: an SD30C-ECO (CP 5019), a GP20C-ECO (CP 2203) and a GP38 (CP 3020) lead train 499 out of a nice su... (more)
CP 9733, a repainted and now Beaverless AC4400CW trails the typical kind on a westbound train 499 at the Pioneer Trail crossing just east of Loretto.
While the power for today's 499 is as ho-hum as it gets, a pair of ex-GMTX geeps bound for the Stewart Southern Railway in Saskatchewan liven things up a bit. Recent trackwork is evident by the ne... (more)
A quartet of GEs, one of which is a CEFX bluebird, lead CP 499 west through the Dells.
Passengers on the lower Dells jet boat tours pay no attention as CP 499 heads west over the Wisconsin. In the foreground is the Kilbourn dam.
It's another beautiful spring day in Minnesota as a westbound one unit wonder slogs its way toward Glenwood. Nine days earlier in April last year, this is what this location looked like: Railroad: Canadian Pacific RailwayLocomotive: GE AC4400CWLocation: Brooten, Minnesota, USALocomotive #: CP 8645Train ID: CP 499Photo Date: April 18, 2013
CSX power leads this CP manifest through the Menomonee Valley toward the Watertown Sub on a very warm March afternoon
CP 499 crawls past the Amtrak depot in downtown Milwaukee and emerges into sunlight to continue west on the Watertown Sub
CP 499 is rockin' the vintage power today as it makes the turn west on the Watertown sub crawling out of Milwaukee.
Train 499 maintains the track speed of 49MPH on the Portal Sub on a cold and windy January afternoon.