A trio of 2nd generation CN units (5510-5448-2159) hustle hotshot Q101's 184 intermodal platforms westward onto the single track at Peterson.
Beginning its climb up the hill, CN 5555 leads a pair of NS units by Rowell Avenue.
CN SD60 cousins 5548 and 5403 claw their way west on CN's Albreda Sub with a heavy grain train.
CN 382 screams up the Halton Subdivision nearing MacMillian yard and will finish its 4 hour run.
CN 5555 catches a patch of sun as it clears the Dundas Grade at Copetown and can open up towards Brantford and will reach a track speed of 60mph.
CN 5510 & CN 2274 head west light through St-Henri just a couple of minutes after CN 527 passed in the same direction. For more train photos, click more)
An empty limestone train drops down the ramp to Missabe Junction while a Proctor Roadswitch spots cars on ore dock 6. The harbor was busy as well with four active ships visible (a fifth ship is in... (more)
6,000 foot M337 blast thru the small town of Jesup on the way west to Waterloo. Jesup is located 12 miles east of Waterloo, the end point for the train.
After meeting a southbound coal train, the zebra striped "Draper Taper" gets on the move at Turner, bound for Fon du Lac, WI and points north.
A nice lash-up, consisting of a CN SD60F (zebra stripes), a GEVO, a C40-8M, a Dash 9 and a C40-8 (UP paint), heads north through Crest Hill, complete with a friendly wave from the conductor. *Note... (more)
CN SD60F 5536 leads a manifest north through Crest Hill.
Gorgeous spring morning at the north end tip of Lake Champlain as Canadian National #324 leads by a solo SD60F heads south toward St.Albans Vt.
CN U710 with 5556 leading a pair of BNSF units climb the steady grade out of Tansley with 100 crude oil loads in tow.
CN 5556 is on the point of an eastbound oil train, with BNSF 9316 and 253 trailing. This was probably one of the best lash-ups that went through that day.