I had my scanner on hand, and I was informed the the CP 8817 was coming in my direction. He didn't have any defects either. Here we see CP Sulphur empties passing the Discovery Wildlife Park at Innisfail, Alberta. Family get togethers always have a visit from CP Rail.
My first 8800, CP 8831 is the third unit, behind two AC4400CW, getting fueled after coming home as a light power move from a potash mine. Sure don't look like your typical gas station!
The green John Deer tractor/golf cart you see on the side is used to move around the shops. As well, note...
Here we see to different eras of CN power! I have to admit new power is getting old real fast. I'm still proud of this cach, none the less. CN SD70M-2 8026 GP40-2L 9437 and SD40-2W 52xx head west on a manifest with lots of other wonderful surprizes!
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