Canadian National standard cab leads Norfolk southern manifest train 16T towards Harrisburg on its way to Allentown on a frigid Winter evening..
The Manchester Turn local out of Dubuque is seen here swapping trains at Manchester. This job works daily to take traffic out of Dubuque and trade trains with L563 coming out of Cedar Rapids. The ... (more)
The early part of the Winter Storm Kayla is hitting eastern Iowa with wet heavy snow. Here snow is caking on 565 as they head back to Dubuque with a few cars. The 565 did not make connection today... (more)
Taconite pellets can be found strewn all around the old Missable right of way, and this crossing is no different. A local heads north onto the Range with a trio of EMDs.
CN 5451 continues to lead the charge up the hill and is almost onto U.S. Steel, Minntac property with limestone loads on a fog filled afternoon.
Three SD60 types ease a loaded limestone train out of Missabe Junction in Duluth. This train is headed for U.S. Steel's large Minntac ore processing plant where the lime rock will be added to taco... (more)
57 loaded side dumps full of limestone scurry along the Missabe behind a trio of big 60s.
A trio of SD60s lift 48 cars of Minorca limestone up Proctor Hill as the trees along the "maple belt" reach their peak color.
CN's L-599 transfer job with three SD60s and 60 empty limestone cars rolls past a Proctor Roadswitch that was spotting ore cars on Dock 6.
Upon learning of CN 324/323 running at night due to daytime trackwork, and the chance that ex-Oakway SD60 5451 might lead 323,I asked Frank Jolin to pose in my night photo tonight. Here are the re... (more)
Destined for St. Albans Vt(NECR), Canadian National #324 races south through the southern Quebec's farmland on a cold January afternoon.
CN motive power is rare on most River Line trains out of Selkirk Yard. An old 'tiger cowl'(dubbed candy can by crews)SD50F on point even rarer yet. Southbound Q-433 departs the East End Yard fo... (more)
CN 5451 heads south on the CN mainline in Slinger, Wisconsin.
One of the best CN consists I've seen in quite awhile leads a potash train south on the UP.
CN train M346 claws it's way up Byron Hill from a dead stop at the bottom with a manned helper shoving on the rear.