There's not much better than fresh paint and crisp blue skies! CN ES44ACs 2992 and 2990 lug a heavy sand train uphill to the Obed Summit on CN's Edson Sub.
Brand new CN ES44ACs 2987 and 2988 climb towards Hargwen on CN's Edson Sub with a 25000 ton potash train in tow.
VIA F40PH-3s 6433 and 6424 lead train #1, The Canadian, west through a frosted landscape east of Hargwen on the Edson Sub.
One of CN's 8 brand new Tier 4 ES44AC credit units from GE leads train G834 away from Hargwen on the Edson Sub.
CN ET44AC 3091 looks massive in comparison with sister C44-9W 2610, as they head down hill between Hargwen and Medicine Lodge with a 7755' extra container train X116.
With the pride of the fleet on the point, Prince Rupert-Chicago train Q192 departs the north track at Hargwen on CN's busy Edson Sub.
After meeting a westbound at Hargwen, one of CN's newest GEs heads down the hill with train M310.
IC 2698 leads train O998 onto the single track at Hargwen.
With the right unit on the point, X302 heads downhill out of Hargwen following train Q192.
Fresh paint always looks good in fresh snow! Today is now different as Q192 drifts downgrade between Hargwen and Medicine Lodge on CN's Edson Sub behind new ET44AC 3012.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3059 leads its first train towards the west coast, heading over a 10mph slow order after some ties were changed earlier in the day.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3033 hustles eastward through Hargwen with train Q102 in tow.
CN ES44DC 2296 climbs towards Obed Summit with a 3rd section of CN train G847-28.
A passenger extra blasts off from Hargwen after meeting M301.
After a well timed meet with M301 at Hargwen, P617 gathers speed again, heading onto the single track.