Canadian National train No. 180 traces the shoreline of the Athabasca River and soon will exit Jasper National Park east of Park Gate, Alberta, on July 12, 2014. Powering the eastbound intermodal ... (more)
Canadian National train No. 180 is about to enter Brule Tunnel just east of Park Gate, Alberta, on July 12, 2014. The train is ending a trip through Jasper National Park, with the actual border di... (more)
The dearth of vehicular traffic on Route 7 affords one to try a pacing shot.
Canadian National train No. 180 curves into Brule Tunnel just east of Park Gate, Alberta, on July 12, 2014. The train is about to leave Jasper National Park, with the actual border directly on top... (more)
NS Delaware Lackawanna & Western heritage unit 1074 made its way up the previous night on CN #394, spending the following day at MacMillan Yard before heading out again on train #383. Here CN 2551... (more)
CN 2551 leads a large 54 car cut of empty platforms with 62 cars of mixed freight behind.
2551 and 5543 have no trouble handling the grade at Newtonville with a very short train. This must have been a second section or an extra, as 376 is normally a huge train and runs in the middle of... (more)
Q101 departs Jasper behind 13,100 ponies.
CN 399 passing over the crossovers into the Brantford Yard on their way towards Sarnia. Todays consist is CN 2551 - CN (IC) 6103 with a short train of 50 cars.
Mixed freight heading toward Toronto on a clearing afternoon.
a CN westbound roars through town.
CN freight going through the rock cut headed to St. Andre Junction.
CN 149 heading north in a snow storm.
CN 2551 is headed to Roberval and beyond on the branch line out of Chambord.
CN freight heading to Roberval and furtherlate in the afrernoon as it loops around