Tumbler-Prince Rupert train C763 finds the last rays of the sunlight for this day, as CN ES44DCs 2829, 2800 and shoving on the rear 2809 and 2801 assist it over the south end of the Chetwynd Sub.
A pair of CNs new Prince George assigned ES44ACs negotiate the hilly and curvy former BC Rail Chetwynd Sub with a loaded coal train.
A loaded coal train for Ridley Terminals in Prince Rupert winds its way south on CN's Chetwynd Sub.
One of CN's newest additions to the locomotive fleet leads a slightly younger sister south on the roller coaster ride that is the former BC Rail Chetwynd Sub. Shoving on the rear of the 112 loads ... (more)
BCOL 3908 and WC GP38-2s 2002 and 2005 prepare to drop rail on CN's Chetwynd Sub.
The crew on the tailend of this rail train drops the anchor while the BCOL 3908 waits to pull ahead to lay the rail.
BCOL 3908 rounds the curve north of McEwan. The train will pull into the siding behind me and tie up for the night.
BCOL B39-8E 3908 and WC GP38-2s 2005 and 2002 run for the clear at Killy to let a coal train by.
A CWR train heads to McEwan to tie down for the night.