C17 approaches Okotoks with train made up entirely of tank cars. Further south, at Blackie, the GE units would be set off before the train continued to Kipp Yard. The ballast is fairly new—that ... (more)
A pair of SD40-2s head over the Cut Bank Creek with a few cars for Meriwether in tow.
One of CP's reacquired and repainted SD40-2Fs leads a loaded ballast train along the edge of Summit Lake.
A loaded coal train departs Teck’s Greenhills mine and heads south on the Fording River subdivision. Just a few kilometres south of the mine, the train crosses over the eponymous river.
An AC44 leads a loaded train south on CP's coal exclusive Fording River subdivision. The train spent most of the morning loading at Fording, the northernmost of the four mines serviced by this sub... (more)
One of CP's recently acquired SD90s leads a loaded ballast train through the Crowsnest Pass.
A pair of SD60s crawl down the Cranbrook subdivision with an empty ballast train in tow; it is destined for Swansea, roughly 80 or so miles south, where it will be refilled and sent back north.
Train C17 rounds the bend into Brant, AB with CP 9010 in the lead; the thundershowers in Calgary being left behind as the train speeds south.
CP 9010 leads train C17 south towards Okotoks, AB. The unit was recently repainted into CP's most modern paint scheme and I believe that this was its first trip.
A pair of ES44ACs lead a potash train south on the Aldersyde sub. This is the first potash train that I've ever seen on this line; I wouldn't mind if these became routine but it seems more likely ... (more)
CP 7007 leads train 418 under Highway 2 near Aldersyde, AB.
CP 7007 leads train 418 past the elevator at Brant, AB.
An SD30C-ECO leads train C17 (formerly A02) south through Calgary.
Train A02 rounds the curve on the approach to Kirkcaldy, AB
Two EMDs lead train A02 south through De Winton, AB on CP's Aldersyde Subdivision