An eastbound Canadian National stack train is about to cross over from main 1 to 2 at Geikie, Alberta, on August 5, 2016. The lead motor is pretty whipped paint-wise, but is still a bit of a rare ... (more)
A grey ghost on a gray day. With the snow tapering the L-593 leaves northern Minnesota behind as it travels south to back to Proctor. The L-593 is a turn that runs out of Proctor, MN up to Keenan ... (more)
The wind is whipping and the snow if flying across northern Minnesota as four tunnel motors and 145 ore cars roll north from Two Harbors back to U.S. Steel Minntac for loading.
The orange of the BLE 906 stands out in the now white landscape of northern Minnesota as the first snowfall of the season has hit.
The first snowfall of the season has hit northern Minnesota while BLE 906 leads the charge through the snow with Minntac pellets in tow bound for Two Harbors.
A quartet of SD40-2W's with taconite pellets in tow rumble southward through the small community of Allen Jct. passing by some M.O.W. equipment being stored in the small yard located there.
The last SD40-3 in Missabe maroon paint leads the charge north from Two Harbors to the U.S. Steel Minntac taconite plant with empties while a few leave still hold on the trees as the fall season t... (more)
Steamtown's 2-8-2 Canadian National No. 3377 sits outside forlorn but not forgotten on a spur serving as a parts source for her (now stored) older "sister" No. 3254. The ramp and walkway... (more)
One of Canadian National's newest units leads a southbound manifest by the restored 99 year old Illinois Central depot in Mattoon, Illinois.
CN 5635 & CN 2615 lead a westbound on the north track of CN's St-Hyacinthe Sub on a sunny afternoon during the winter of 2009.
CN 2343 leads westbound train 406, as they round the bend, crossing the small trestle at mile 78.7 at Rothesay, New Brunswick.
Montreal-St Albans Vt is racing south toward the United-States at St Valentin.
With a nice lashup, CN 9416 leads westbound train 406, hauling a trio of yard power towards Saint John, New Brunswick.
GP7 CN 4803 is preserved among the many high rises of Toronto.
CN pool power leads a westbound grain load through Hinkley on the Mojave Sub.