Class leader CP 7000 (xCP 9101) crosses Ainslie Creek bridge on the CN Ashcroft Sub.
A westbound empty coal train rolls across the prairie west of Brooten.
CP 8543 dodges shadows on its way west.
This train is really the CP 863(unit coal empties), with the addition of MOW flats.
An empty CP coke train with Indiana Railroad power heads to the Flint Hills Refinery near Roseport.
An extremely rare lashup, including an MRL SD45-2, idles under an orange-tinted sky at Blackbird Siding. This is the first time I have used a spotlight for a night shot.
A towering oak tree, several silos, and crooked, splintered fenceposts create a classic country scene. Murray Siding is in the distance, about three-quarters of a mile away.
Pacing alongside CP 9599, just outside of Belgrade, Minnesota.
CP 9599 accelerates forward with an assortment of coal hoppers as dairy cows graze in the foreground.
A single AC4400 is in charge of a 6296ft train, as it rounds the superelevated s-curve at Maple Springs. It was travelling at about 55mph.
CP 5700 stopes as the signal just droped in there face.
Empty Unit Train from Bensenville, IL - Sparwood, BC takes the siding to let Amtrak #8 pass on the main.
Train 863 waits under the stars at Murray, Minnesota for an eastbound train leaving Glenwood.
Train 863, with 119 empty coal hoppers, stopped at Como Avenue on the BNSF between St. Paul and Minneapolis.