The Canadian Pacific Railway is officially afraid of the DayStar, at least in the Toronto Area. Whenever I get the chance to go out railfanning, I never go out by Canadian Pacific Tracks, when I do, I never see anything moving if the sun is out. I spent 5 hours a couple of weeks ago outside Newcastle Ontario, where the CPR and CNR run right beside each other. I got 1 CN Freight, 7 VIA Rail Passenger Trains on the CN, and a CPR Maintenance of Way Pickup Truck impersonating a train. This is the most action I’ve seen on the CPR when I’m out railfanning in years. Normally I see CPR freights moving from inside the Loblaws I shop at on Dundas Street West in the evening when its dark and I don’t have a camera. The signal inspectors in the car pulled up to the level crossing where I was, manually activated the crossing lights to make sure they worked, turned them off, and reversed back to whence they came. At least i got a picture of something that says “Canadian Pacific” on it?