Eastbound Canadian National train No. 412 passes through Hargwen, Alberta, on the morning of July 20, 2011. Leading the train is a fairly recently repainted General Electric C40-8M No. 2400.
Coquitlam-Edmonton train X310 kicks up some fresh snow, speeding away from the double track at Hargwen, AB.
A solo SD70M-2 leads train S700 east on the Edson Sub with 105 sulphur empties.
A trio of GEs speed away from Hargwen with an empty potash train.
A pair of CN's second hand units earn their keep, kicking up fresh snow heading downhill from Hargwen.
Former BNSF C40-8W #853 speeds downgrade on the single track between Hargwen and Medicine Lodge on CN's Edson Sub with train X310.
With 170 cars in tow, A416 speeds out of Hargwen at track speed behind CN 8929, 2438 and 5607.
After meeting Q199, Q112 heads onto the single track at Hargwen with a nice cut of stolen CP traffic up front.
A417 splits the Hargwen Road crossing, struggling up hill with 131 cars and a 0.7 HPT (horsepower per ton) rario.
A nice leader slowly climbs the steep hill to Obed with train A417.
A short, 32 car Rocket in the form of M302 screams onto the single track at Hargwen doing every bit of the permissible 60mph speed limit. The tail-end of the train can be seen just to the left of ... (more)
CN ES44DC 2332 slowly leads Q101's train towards the top of the hill at Hargwen on CN's Edson Sub. Helping mid-train was SD70M-2 8015 and isolated on the tail-end was SD70M-2 8952.
After meeting a pair of westbounds, CN G874 takes off from Hargwen and onto the single track.
CN SD70M-2 8802 and CN C40-8 2115 cruise downgrade on the single track between Hargwen and Medicine Lodge with train G834.
CN 2114 and CN 2260 are on the approach to Hargwen with Q102's train.