CN 451 disrupts the silence with the BCOL 4626 North blaring away after a late Winter snowfall clinging to everything.
A rare daytime run of 450 twists and turns through the Almaguin Highlands at Scotia. The train is about to head under the unique wooden bridge at Station Rd. on a beautiful winter morning in North... (more)
BCOL 4617 leads CN S751 northbound past CP O' Hare.
BCOL 4654 leads a solid CN lashup on the BNSF Saint Joseph Subdivision.
BCOL 4654 leads a solid CN lashup on the BNSF Creston Sub.
A normally nocturnal 450 rolls south over the Muskoka River and scenic Bracebridge Falls with a rare BC Rail leader. The daytime run is no doubt due to congestion from the Toronto-Montreal reroute... (more)
With another blockade detour train CN X131 heading its way, CN 450 pulls ahead through south siding switch at Martins, doubling its train into the siding and back tracks so the stacks can get by.
With another blockade detour train CN X131 heading its way, CN 450 pulls ahead of the south siding switch at Martins to double its train into the siding and back tracks to let the stacks go by.
A winter wonderland! BC Rail 4652 looks right at home leading a southbound Q116 through the fresh snow as it passes under the Route 34 bridge.
Canada comes to America, with snow and BCOLs!
A BCOL D9 Leads an intermodal south under the Route. 34 Bridge on the Aurora/Naperville Border.
4649 heads a train near the town of Whistler.
An increasingly-rare BCOL cowl body Dash-8 leads K428 Charlotte ethanol empties through the Pikeville cut shortly after sunrise on a muggy summer morning.
BC RAIL COWL Returns!. Occasionally one of Canadian National's ex BCOL C40-8M s returns to home rails. Red-White-Blue BCOL4609 drops downgrade into Williams Lake, BC on point of train 570. ... (more)
BC RAIL 4609 looks rite at home crossing the Cheakamus River. The Red-White-Blue C40-8M was built in 1990 to battle the mountains and weather of British Columbia. The GE cowls became as synonym... (more)