Norfolk Southern Freight Train 179 makes their way Southbound through Argo, AL. With a very colorful consist of CP, NS, UP & BNSF
The Rimbey wayfreight is heading back south to Red Deer after working on the Hoadley subdivision. Look closely and you will see both the engineer and conductor waving at the photographer.
With work completed at Wolverton, CP 147 flies through Drumbo with some colour in the form of foreign power.
A pair of SD40-2s lead 418 through Meadows at dusk.
A matched pair of GEs lead detour 198 past the old barn at Esmond.
A trio of Geeps shove hard on the tail end of a 96 platform train 142 that is attempting to climb the steep, curvy grade out of Desjardins.
CP 8815 leads a BNSF unit through the yard at Galt.
Not much action at Taylor Yard today. CP 4414 and D&H 7304 have been in the same spot all day.
Destined for Albany NY, Canadian Pacific oil train #608 awaits for empty oil train #609 in the siding at St-Mathieu on a pleasant spring morning.
A short 241 from Montreal is on the approach to Spicer and a meet with 142.
A westbound intermodal train rumbles across the Columbia River on the west side of Revelstoke, BC. It will have to cover 130 miles before Kamloops, the next division point.
Westbound CP 9367 exits Mt Shaunessy Tunnel as it approaches the 9 mile long Mt. McDonald Tunnel through the Rogers Pass.
A pair of SD90MACs lead westbound grain empties through Meadows at last light.
The daily "northbound wayfreight" between Cranbrook and Golden is rumbling through Castledale (MP 114.0) on a gloomy April afternoon.