671-325 goes on into the sunset, seemingly endlessly
671-325's incredibly uniform consist is broken only by the pair of mid-train GEs, with the headend visible in the far distance. There are a full 60 more loaded PTEX potash cars behind these engine... (more)
With sunset casting shadows far and wide, 671-325's crew is no doubt blinded as they begin their 136 mile run
Sunset glints off of the DPU on CP 107-09 as it races into the sun, blinding the engineer in 9523 up front. (You can see the headend's position because of exhaust) the Rocky Mountains of Kananaski... (more)
402-09 races into darkness, kicking up a lot of dust with the Devil's thumb (?) silhouetted in the background
672-250 flies under the 85th street bridge at 45MPH, with the rockies many miles off but still visible. A huge telemash is the only thing that does justice to how boring empty potash trains are.
In late evening light, a westbound manifest goes into run 8 coming off the Twin Bridges
8 miles to go before this crew gets home, CP 8758 pulls out of Keith siding after a meet. And no, those mountains weren't photoshopped in!