Potash train B730 rumbles by the lake, approaching Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN 2925 leads potash train B730 across the small trestle at Hammond River, New Brunswick, on a muggy morning.
CN 3011 is in charge of a Continuous Welded Rail (CWR) train laying new steel along Track 3 while the RTC provides protection for 901's movement in both directions for the work by Track Warrant.
Shortly after doing some switching north of town, WC 3018 crosses the Manitowoc River as it heads back towards the CN yard.
Progress Rail SD70ACe-T4 No. 7201 adds a different rumble to that of the GEVO leader as they haul a mixed consist of stacks and manifest empties destined for Montreal with 488 axles.
Deer along with 3 abandoned elevators provide a very Thunder Bay like backdrop as A437's power rests on the wye prior to its evening departure to Fort Frances and eventually Winnipeg.
CN 2956 rounds the bend at Hammond River, New Brunswick.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3285 hustles Vancouver-Edmonton train A412 east on the Edson Sub at Henry House. This is the highest numbered ET44AC of the current order and although they look great when clea... (more)
CN 5535 heads an eastbound manifest, near Thompson BC, in 2004.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3284 passes Mile 192 of CN's Edson Sub with an empty grain train. Construction of a second track is undergoing between approximately Mile 190 and Mile 193.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3283 leads Q108's train east through the Entrance double track construction zone.
With a foreign visitor trailing, CN train A417 heads west on the Edson Sub passing the construction for the new Entrance double track project.
CN SD70M-2 8947 and BNSF SD70ACe 8764 gather speed as they approach Henry House with A417's train.
CN C40-8W 2150 (ex. ATSF 830), CN C40-8W 2170 (ex. ATSF 817) and BNSF SD70MAC 9684 (ex. BN 9684) lead CN's Prince George-Edmonton train M348 east on the Edson Sub at Henry House. One would wonder ... (more)
Sunset isn't too far away as a short CN 323 approaches Taschereau Yard with SD75I's CN 5667 & CN 5707 for power as it returns from Vermont. At left is a string of stored gondolas.