Thunder Bay-Winnipeg train A437 pulls into the east end of CN's massive Symington Yard.
M341's power heads for the Symington Yard diesel shop with CREX ES44ACs bookending a large consist.
A pair of Symington Yard Hump jobs are working in either direction in this photo, a common sight. Somebody has to turn those units around!
Today's 0700 E-Tower yard assignment is using a hump set. Lots of power!
Class unit CN GP38-2 7500 awaits some attention from the Symington Yard shop staff.
CN GP9RM 7044 and GMD1u 1409 take a breather in between switching duties at Symington Yard.
A hump set idles in Symington Yard waiting for a crew to come on duty. Note DMIR SD40T-3 403 in the consist, the last TunnelMotor in DMIR paint. It appears to be in Winnipeg to stay.
DMIR SD40T-3 407 is a bit lost, but appears to be in Winnipeg, MB to stay. It's been outfitted with remote control software for switching duties in Symington Yard.
The 0755 Symington Hump job shoves a large cut of cars over the hill using CN SD40u 6016, DMIR SD40T-3 403, CN SD40u 6006 and CN YBU-4 235.
The 0600 Hump crew shoves its last cut of cars over Symington Yard's extremely busy hump before calling it a day.
M312's power heads for the Symington Shops.
One of Symington Yard's GP38-2 hump sets prepares to grab an inbound train for re-classification.
X199's power departs the shops at Symington head to find its train.
A very clean CN ES44AC #2832 will soon become the mid-train remote on Superior bound train A438.
Thunder Bay-Winnipeg train A437 pulls into Symington Yard as a hump set pulls a cut of cars out to be re-classified.