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.
M303's train departs Jasper with brand new CN ET44AC 3235 leading the way.
Q199's train departs Jasper with CN ET44AC 3220 leading the way.
M310's train pulls into Jasper for a crew change.
A416's train arrives at Jasper for a crew change with CREX ES44AC 1525 and BCOL C44-9WL 4641 leading the way.
With the best cab forward, Q116's train pulls into the yard at Jasper.
Getting rarer as time goes on, a solid DC motive power consist pulls into Jasper for a crew change on the point of train Q196.
With a string of former Alberta Government grain cars now owned by the Battle River Railway on the headend, M347's train departs the yard at Jasper.
Brand new CN ET44ACs 3213 (wearing regular paint) and 3218 (wearing a CN 100 patch) prepare to depart Jasper with M301's train.
Brand new CN ES44AC 3875 pulls out on the west lead at Jasper preparing to double its train together.
Uncommon for coal trains in Western Canada, a pair of veteran Dash 8s depart Jasper with train C771 after a crew change. Normally this train would be running with much newer power in the form of A... (more)
Brand new CN ET44AC 3133 idles on the west lead at Jasper changing crews with Pyramid Mountain providing the backdrop.
With an uncharacteristic block of autoracks on the headend, CN's hotshot Q111 departs Jasper.
CN SD60 5430 leads train G847 out of Jasper.
Q193's train departs a jam packed Jasper Yard.