CN units scream up the hill and out of the Lake Superior basin.
CN 5540 finds the last light of the day, a few hundred feet east of the home signals at Devona.
Catching the low sun, CN 5509,5246 and 5262 head a westbound mixed freight along the Thompson River.
In the last light of day, with the dramatic shadows growing longer by the second, Q291-17 passes the GE interchange, with a pair of SD60F's (CN 5508 and 5526).
CSX Q62016 heads south with plenty of power.
CSX Q62115 with CSXT 4770 holds the siding for the meet with Q62016 with the CN 5516.
CN 5548 leads a short CWR train out to mile 227 of the Edson Sub picking up used rail along the way.
CN 5549 puts a stop to the endless parade of GEVOs and SD70s as it leads train Q199 into Jasper.
The Q507 Toledo-Cincinnati manifest splits one of the last sets of CPL intermediate signals on the CSX Toledo Subdivision.
CN SD60F 5525 leads the Q507 Toledo-Cincinnati manifest passing under a classic B&O CPL cantilever signal.
Q507 has taken more than 3 hours to double their train and get rolling out of Stanley yard but they're finally heading down the Terminal as they roll past Y125 which just finished working an indus... (more)
CN 339 shoves its train back across the International Bridge as it works Fort Erie Yard on the Canadian side of the Niagara River.
CN 324 is picking up the MMA interchange and will park them at the St-Jean new siding. It will then recouple itself to it's own cars left there and continue it's trip to St. Albans, Vt.