CN train 102 follows the shore of Jasper Lake as it heads east near Devona in Jasper National Park.
With Jasper National Park providing a scenic background, Canadian National train No. 102 slinks along the shore of Jasper Lake approaching Devona, Alberta, on July 11, 2014.
Train 102 accelerates east out of Swan Landing along Brule Lake near the east entrance of Jasper National Park after meeting trains 103 and 117 at Swan Landing. The train was in a race against the... (more)
CN 102 passes by Knuckle Alley, now one of my favorite locations, with a pair of SD75I's, hauling a nice intermodal train to BIT.
Eastbound Canadian National train No. 102 travels through the Thompson River Canyon on July 23, 2011. GE C44-9W No. 2524 and EMD SD70M-2 No. 8878 power the 5,656-foot train passed stored hoppers a... (more)
A bighorn sheep waits on top of a cut at English for Canadian National train No. 102 to pass by on July 14, 2013. English is just a few miles east of Jasper, Alberta, on CN’s Edson Subdivision mai... (more)
Canadian National train No. 102 is east of Morris in the scenic Thompson River canyon of British Columbia on July 23, 2011. CN Nos. 2524 and 8878 power the 5,656-foot eastbound intermodal.
Canadian National train No. 102 glides along the shore of Jasper Lake west of Devona, Alberta, in scenic Jasper National Park on July 16, 2013. A location known as Windy Point is just to the left ... (more)
Canadian National train No. 102 curves through Swan Landing near Brule, Alberta, on the afternoon of July 15, 2013. The CN main line here skirts Brule Lake, with scenic Jasper National Park provid... (more)
CN 102 throttles up with a clear signal across the diamond behind a CP CWR train while CN 301 waits on the Parry Sound Subdivision for it to clear.
SD70I 5617, SD75I 5675 and former BNSF DASH 8-40CW 2173 lead Roberts Bank to Toronto CN 102 through Uncas.
DASH 9-44CW 2633 and SD75I 5675 lead a Roberts Bank to Toronto intermodal through North Cooking Lake.
A Canadian National stack train heads east across the Thompson River just east of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on a pleasant July 22, 2011.
Q102 snakes down the Bala Sub under the Highway 11 bridge and into Washago with an IC on the point and a SD70M-2 DPU on the rear. That's the Newmarket Sub on the right.
SD70M-2 8804, with ES44DC 2227 mid-train, travels east at mile 260 on the Wainwright sub with daily Q102 from Roberts Bank to Brampton Intermodal Terminal.