A trio of (still new, back then) CN ES44ACs prepare to depart the siding at Hinton with an empty coal train.
Wearing CN paint, GTW SD40-2 5933 pulls down the siding at Hinton with a loaded CWR train.
An eastbound Canadian National freight crosses Prairie Creek Trestle just west of Hinton, Alberta, on August 9, 2016.
GTW SD40-3 5945 leads a loaded CWR train over the east siding switch at Hinton.
CN SD60Fs 5516 and 5533 ease train M347 into the siding at Hinton for a meet with an eastbound.
CN eastbound manifest train mirrors in the Athabasca river while approaching Park Gate Tunnel.
A Canadian National intermodal train is crossing Prairie Creek trestle just west of Hinton. The train is leaded by CN 8953 and CN 2289.
CEFX SD38-2s 6056 and 6057 (leased to Cando Contracting) prepare to make a run up to CN's Hinton siding to swap outbound loads for inbound empties.
Q111 linking Toronto to Vancouver, the hottest train on the railroad, speeds across the Prairie Creek trestle just west of Hinton.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3066 climbs through Hinton with Montreal bound train Q186.
CEFX SD38-2s 6056 and 6057 go about their business up in the siding track at Hinton before heading back down to the mill with empties.
CN Q199 Chicago Intermodal, IL - Prince Rupert Fairview, BC curves through Brule Tunnel and along the Athabasca River toward Park Gate, Alberta.
With another GEVO assisting mid-train, M348 soars high above the Prairie Creek with a new ET44AC 3063 on the point.
A pair of clean "Draper Tapers" head into the siding at Hinton with an extra section of train 347.
Eastbound Canadian National train No. 412 approaches Hinton, Alberta, as it crosses Prairie Creek Bridge on the morning of July 16, 2013.