Detouring on CN exceptionally because of a derailment on the QGRY bridge that links Laval and Terrebonne, detour move F901 is entering the south shore of Quebec city as it comes off the Quebec Bri... (more)
Brand new CN ES44AC 2990 leans into a curve on the southern end of the Grande Cache Sub with 4 other sisters leading train A459 towards its destination of Swan Landing. Assisting on the rear was a... (more)
CN SD60 5472 leads train G834 east on the Albreda Sub passing some great fall colour along the shores of Moose Lake.
Before the SD60F's were retired. A triple EMD lashup (CN 5533, CN 5474 & CN 8904) is leading CN 120 eastbound after departing Taschereau Yard in Montreal on a foggy morning in 2014. Since t... (more)
With 5 GEVOs on the point and 2 more mid-train, Grande Prairie-Swan Landing train A459 crosses over the Big Berland river near Mile 51 of CN's Grande Cache Sub.
White flags are flying as Canadian Pacific 5832 leads an intermodal hotshot east past the MP 197 signal in the Fraser River Canyon.
A nice matched pair of EMDs climb through the snow at Medicine Lodge with CN's class SD70I leading the way.
On a gorgeous fall afternoon, CN SD75I 5745 leads an extra Kamloops, BC - Chicago, IL stack train east along the shores of Moose Lake on CN's Albreda Sub.
CN C40-8M 2435 and SD70I 5613 depart Jasper with train Q119 after a crew change.
The snow is tapering off towards Edson as CN's A412 with foreign power continues its journey east.
A QGRY train is exceptionally detouring over the South shore as CN 901
CN 2958 leads a B730 potash train, as they arrive at Saint John, New Brunswick, and are heading over to Courtnay Bay to be set off.
The sun has just peeked over the hill side, as CN B730 heads by "The Lake", as they start their descent down into Saint John, New Brunswick.
CP 101 heads across the Pic River with whats left of the fall colours hanging onto the leaves
Wearing fresh paint, including what was the absent "Beaver" logo for a number of years, CP AC4400CW 9817 trails AC4400CW 8525 towards the Red Deer Sub to grab their train.