CN 6016 & CN 2502 have no trouble at all getting Q102 back to speed with its 114 double stacks.
CN 115 departs Hornepayne after lifting 7 platforms from the yard.
Think Big! CN M303 gets underway under a powerful sky!
Heading westbound towards Armstrong with 101 platforms.
Departing for Folyete and on
Light power heads out after dropping off Saskatoon IMS to reduce length for a lift at Nakina.
After working the winter, this spreader takes it easy.
Power off Q10531 15 for L52031 17
Waiting for congestion ahead; Double stacks stretch as far as the eye can see into the tailend of a small front which makes for a intresting sky.
CN M304 had to re-block their train for Oba & Sudbury. Once complete, they put the cars back onto their train and went into the yard to pick up the Dash 8's from Q107 in track HO50.
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Take your pick of a 4 window CN Canadian Wide Cab!
The Mikados are long since gone but the remains of the days of steam still exist. The coaling tower, and indoor roundhouse stand out proud in Hornepayne.
After making a reduction in the yard for a pickup at Nakina, Q107's power heads west to back onto their train to the left. They droped off a pair of Dash 8 40CM's and 15 Saskatoon IMS cars.
CN 314 passes the abandoned station. Hornepayne lies at the end of the Canadian Shield. Behind the train is the start to the Hudson Bay Lowlands.