Along the tranquil waters of Brule Lake just east of Jasper National Park, Canadian National train No. 310 arcs through Robertson’s Curve at Swan Landing, Alberta, on the splendid afternoon of Jul... (more)
VIA Rail Canada's eastbound "Canadian" wraps around the shores of the Athabasca River near Park Gate on CN's Edson Sub.
IC C44-9W 2706, CN C44-9W 2576 and EJE SD38-2 672 head around the S curve east of Solomon with train M303. EJE 672 has recently been outfitted with remote control equipment and is heading for Prin... (more)
CN C40-8Ms 2413, 2402 and CEFX SD60 6017 cruise around the curve at Mile 196.5 of CN's Edson Sub following the shores of the Athabasca River.
CREX ES44AC 1506 idles at the west end of Swan Landing on the tailend of a loaded sand train.
CREX ES44AC 1506 and UP AC4400CW 5759 prepare to shove loaded sand train S211 north on CN's Grande Cache Sub.
Late in the afternoon of July 15, 2013, Brule Lake and the mountains of Jasper National Park provide a picturesque backdrop for Canadian National train No. 102 veering through “Robertson’s Curve” ... (more)
Winter isn't over 'til it's over 'round here! CN C40-8W 2186 and C40-8M 2442 lead train G847 through a late spring snowstorm between Solomon and Swan Landing on CN's Edson Sub.
Even when the weather is cloudy and rainy, the view of Robertson’s Curve and Brule Lake can still be arresting. Late in the day of August 9, 2016, an eastbound Canadian National stack train heads ... (more)
A pair of SD75Is idle in the yard at Swan Landing with a loaded sand train for Grande Prairie.
102 loads of sand from Weyerhaeuser, WI have recently arrived in the yard at Swan Landing, AB. Later this evening they will head north as part of train A458 to their destination near Grande Prairi... (more)
At 8:47 p.m. on July 15, 2013, Canadian National train No. 112 reflects the last of the evening sun as it bends through Robertson’s Curve at Swan Landing near Brule, Alberta.
Canadian National coal train No. 720 rolls through scenic Robertson’s Curve at Swan Landing near Brule, Alberta, on July 13, 2013.
CN C40-8W 2162 and C40-8 2123 lead an empty sand train away from its origin at Swan Landing, passing Mile 196.5 of CN's scenic Edson Sub.
A nice matched pair of EMDs head west along the shores of the Athabasca River with CN's class SD70I leading the way.