VIA Rail GMD (EMD) F40PH-2 No. 6437 sits at Jasper, Alberta, on September 17, 2002. These locomotives were built between 1986 and 1989 in London, Ontario, and this unit is painted in VIA’s the 199... (more)
It's good to see that CN still has some faith in their old C40-8Ws. Hotshot Q101 departs Jasper with CN 2137 providing all of the power for its 95 intermodal platforms.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3212 leads Prince Rupert-Memphis train Q196 through track 1 at Jasper heading east out onto the Edson Sub.
CN C40-8M 2405 and C44-9WL 2505 hustle a short 96 car Q108 east on the Edson Sub.
CN ES44AC 2938 leads empty LPG (filled out with grain empties) train U760 past a tied down Q180 at Geikie.
BCOL C40-8M 4601, CN SD70M-2 8901 and CN C44-9WL 2501 pull up to Geikie with Q180's train as a storm threatens in the background.
M303's train departs Jasper with brand new CN ET44AC 3235 leading the way.
Leased CEFX AC4400CW 1017 idles on the shop track in Jasper with a handful of other locomotives.
Edmonton-Vancouver train M311 struggles to get up to track speed with new CN ES44AC 3893 leading the way.
Paling in comparison, CN ES44ACs 3891 and 2854 depart the yard at Jasper with a loaded grain train.
Q199's train departs Jasper with CN ET44AC 3220 leading the way.
Three westbounds are set for departure from Jasper. From left to right we have M301-CN 8934W, X417-CN 2186W and Q199-CN 3220W.
CREX ES44AC 1502 idles on the shop track in Jasper awaiting an assignment.
Wearing CN's 100th anniversary livery, brand new CN ES44AC 3893 muscles a heavy M311 westward on the Albreda Sub.
Brand new CN ES44AC 3891 departs the north yard at Jasper with 192 grain loads for Vancouver in tow.