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|CP M424 #4234 and GP9 #8236 bring an eastbound into Quebec Street Yard at London, Ont.||CP M424 #4247 leads an eastbound cresting the grade of the Niagara Escarpment near Vinemount, Ontario.||A CP westbound at Denfield, where the CN & CP mainlines come close together||One-of-a-kind RSD-17 #8921, known as "The Empress of Agincourt" idles in Toronto at CP's Agincourt Yard.|
|Still wearing the old Canadian Pacific colors, switcher #6539 rests at Guelph, Ontario.||Three big MLW's on a CP eastbound sit in the siding at Wolverton, Ontario awaiting ameet.||CP M424 #4231 heads two other MLW's on an eastbound at CP's Quebec Street Yard in London, Ontario||CP RS-18 #8749 and leaser B&O 3729 idle at Woodstock, Ontario.|
|St. Lawrence & Hudson 5560 leads train 503 at Guelph Junction. July 12/98.||CP M636 #4717 and two more MLW's on an eastbound re-route on CN at Copetown, Ontario||CP (ex-UP) #5430, HLCX SD45 #6400 and a CP SD40 power Norfolk Southern train #327, on CN at Paris, Ont. Confused yet?||CP 4210-CN 3698-CP 1819 at Guelph Junction|
|St. Lawrence & Hudson #5560 trails on CP train #507, working the west end of Quebec St. Yard in London, Ont.||Three SOO SD60's
(6021-6028-6029) on CP train #512 get ready to depart London, while another eastbound with 2 St.L&H units sits in the yard.