A pair of GP9RMs switch the Cargill grain elevators on the St. Clair River waterfront.
Despite being dubbed 'Chemical Valley', Sarnia does have the potential to produce some pretty decent scenes, such as this one here. On a misty summer's morning on the outskirts of town, CN train #... (more)
Hot shot 148 screams into Canada after just exiting the St. Clair River tunnel. The train will have a quick crew change and customs inspections before continuing east.
CN's imperial job runs around a cut of fertilizer cars that they will shove up to the Cargill elevator on the north side of town. On the river 4 different ships can be seen, A coast guard cutter, ... (more)
One of the few night yard jobs in Sarnia pauses for a minute in front of the Via depot before heading to the house to tie up for the night.
CN's Imperial job shoves along the river as it heads for Cargill at the end of the line.
These 5500 GP38-2 without dynamic brakes were mostly used as tunnel motors in the St. Clair tunnel between Sarnia ON and Port Huron MI.
A CN GP9RM is using CN's Sarnia Yard to hump cars around the yard.
Inside the belly of the beast, the sound of an EMD 16-710G3 turbo charged prime mover idles away. Beside it, a tag used by mechanical personnel and locomotive engineers to advise others of mechani... (more)
Two GP9rms and a slug shove a cut of grain cars down the lakefront spur in beautiful downtown Sarnia.
The IOX belt pack job swaps some cars out at a refinery on the St. Clair waterfront.
CN 6069 sits inside a double layer of fencing in a community park on the waterfront of Sarnia, Ontario.
CN 5548 and 5628 lead 70 cars out of Sarnia Yard. Various groups of power are spread throughout the yard awaiting assignment.