CN 310 is passing through Dorval as its tail end crosses from the south to north track, with CN 108 hot on its heels. Power is CN 2302 and CN 2413.
CN 516 return at Joffre Yard
After the first major snowstorm of the year(On Christmas Day, no less), dumping 20-25cm of goodness, westbound train 406 hits a small snowbank at the crossing at Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
CN 401 passed St-Nicolas
CN 314 rolls off the cowpath and onto the connecting track at Hamilton Jct to set off the trailing IC SD70 in the yard.
Loaded with rock from the United Taconite Thunderbird mine crusher, CN 2119 leads the way down the CN Missabe Sub with 115 cars to be delivered to the United Taconite Fairlane plant for processing... (more)
The Keenan switch job on a bit of a rescue mission as they had to come out of the yard to a help a M341 with air issues. They ended up cutting the train apart at the mid train DPU and pulling the... (more)
Cold and clear. Four EMD's with 145 ore cars behind them start the trek down the CN Iron Range Sub with pellets from the Minorca mine set to be delivered to the yard at Two Harbors, MN. on a day ... (more)
CN's ET44AC "Class Unit" leads an eastbound loaded crude oil train through Ardrossan.
Wintertime Railroading..........Solo on CN 371, 2588 dashes through the snow on a snowy and cold Saturday afternoon in Milton.
Older and rebuilt EMD's. CN 585 passes through Dorval with 62 cars, including 34 TankTrain cars at the rear. Power is CN 9531, a 1975-built GP40-2L(W), with NS 7298 trailing. This latter un... (more)
Lease unit trailing. Nearly finished its long journey from the West Coast of Canada, CN 108 passes through Dorval with Canada-only CN 2963 and lease unit GECX 2035 (though it sounds like CN... (more)
Destined to St Albans Vermont, Canadian National No 324 is passing Leduc Farm near the Canada/U.S border. Trailing locomotives are CN 2009 & 8952.
After the first major snowstorm of the year(On Christmas Day, no less), dumping 20-25cm of goodness, westbound train 406 hits a nice pile of snow at one of the crossings at Hampton, New Brunswick.... (more)
After the first major snowstorm of the year(On Christmas Day, no less), dumping 20-25cm of goodness, westbound train 406 hits a runty snow pile at the crossing at Passekeag, New Brunswick.