CN SD60 5482 and IC SD70 1005 lead Chicago-Prince Rupert train Q199 across the Prairie Creek trestle, west of Hinton on CN's Edson Sub. Hitching a ride on the headend are 5 CN business cars headin... (more)
The Edson Sub was a disaster on May 24th, primarily due to train M347 (single unit) running out of fuel on the double track at Dalehurst. Q191 was behind them and shoved them down the hill into th... (more)
Canadian National train No. 412 crosses Prairie Creek Bridge into Hinton, Alberta, on July 18, 2013. The eastbound train is heavy with lumber loads and is led by GE ES44DC No. 2248.
Canadian National GE C40-8M “cowl” No. 2445 leads CN train No. 412 across Prairie Creek Trestle a Hinton, Alberta, on the morning of July 14, 2013.
PRLX SD75M 236 (ex. BNSF if you didn't guess!) idles on the Hinton backtrack after being dropped off yesterday by train M348. It was diagnosed with a flat wheel by the WILD (wheel impact load dete... (more)
CREX ES44AC 1508 eases train Q199 through the siding at Hinton to meet an eastbound.
Brand new CN ES44AC 3802 and not so brand new C40-8W 2145 coast across the Prairie Creek preparing to take the siding track at Hinton.
Leased GECX ET44AC 2040 leads CN train M302 across the Prairie Creek just west of Hinton, AB.
An eastbound Canadian National manifest freight crosses Prairie Creek Bridge at Hinton, Alberta, on the morning of July 8, 2014. Powering the train is a trio of EMDs, with SD70M-2 No. 8963 leading... (more)
A wild consist leads train A417 over the Prairie Creek west of Hinton after a fresh dump of snow.
CN ES44AC 2993 is not much more than a month old, seen here leading train Q116 over the Prairie Creek west of Hinton.
CN train Q19851 09 soars high above the Prairie Creek between Hinton and Entrance on the Edson Sub. CP ES44AC 9371 leads while CP ES44AC 8916 brings up the rear. CN “borrowed” these units off of t... (more)
Cando Contracting's Hinton industrial job prepares to head back down to the mill with the largest cut of boxcars I've ever seen this job handle.
On the morning of July 19, 2013, eastbound Canadian National coal train No. 720 soars over Prairie Creek Bridge at Hinton, Alberta.
A pair of museum pieces smoke it up climbing through Hinton with 102 empty sand cars.