On July 9, 2014, Canadian National train No. 303, with coal gons up front, crosses the Athabasca River just east of Solomon, Alberta.
On the eastern boundary of Jasper National Park, Canadian National train No. 303 exits Brule Tunnel and approaches Park Gate, Alberta, on the afternoon of July 12, 2014. Leading the train is CN EM... (more)
Canadian National train No. 303 passes Windy Point along Jasper Lake west of Devona, Alberta, on the afternoon of July 10, 2014.
A miss-numbered new GEVO CN 3031 (which will become 2931) is on the point with even newer, correctly numbered CN 2936 trailing on a CN 303 detouring running through southern Ontario due to a derai... (more)
CN train 303 heads west across the Athabasca River between Entrance and Solomon, west of Hinton, AB. The train is headed into Jasper National Park and a crew change at Jasper.
With coal up front, westbound Canadian National manifest train No. 303 is just west of Devona, Alberta, along the shore of scenic Jasper Lake on the afternoon of July 11, 2014.
Canadian National train No. 303 exits Brule Tunnel and approaches Park Gate, Alberta, on the afternoon of July 12, 2014. Leading the train is CN EMD SD70ACe No. 8101, still in blue and gray demons... (more)
Canadian National train #303 cruises over the Parry Sound riding several hundred feet above the Seguin River, with 3 locomotives for the massive train. They are behind CP 101 and CN 107 and have c... (more)
Train 303,Toronto to Prince George, high above the Fraser River on the former GTP Prince Rupert line. Above is the CNor built Albreda Sub to Vancouver. A connector from the Rupert line to the main... (more)
M303 is passed by the Skeena, VIA 7 at Moose Lake, as viewed from the Skyline car
M303 accelerates out of Jasper with Pyramid Mountain in the background
M303 idles beside the station on a -very- chilly day
IC 2716 and CN 2673 pull down the Fort Saskatchewan Industrial Lead as they assemble their train at the west end of Scotford Yard.
CN 5656 brings 303 into uno. A great Canada Day morning spent with my father what more could a guy ask for espically with the sound of a roaring pair of EMDs in your view.