Led by EMD SD60F No. 5543, an eastbound Canadian National freight departs Jasper yard on September 18, 2002. Still waiting in the yard is a pair of brand-new GE C44-9Ws on a coal train.
With no traffic from Grande Prairie today, L513 rockets towards Jasper with a short train from Hinton.
A grimy BCOL C44-9W idles on the shops in Jasper.
A pair of fairly clean ES44ACs idle on Jasper's shop track, while a storm brews to the southeast of town.
L513 pulls through track 9 in Jasper with a good leader.
A b/o, but clean IC SD70 awaits a trip to the shop in Edmonton.
A very clean CN 2636 idles on the Auxiliary Track in Jasper.
GTW SD40-3 5949 and CN C40-8 2132 hustle a short L513 towards Jasper.
GTW SD40-3 5949 brings L513's west destined traffic to the west end of track YC09 in Jasper to be picked up later on by A417's train.
Matched CN C40-8Ms 2449 and 2447 hustle a 196 car G846 eastward at 60per.
One of 3 IC SD70s wearing their current owner's livery, idles on the shops in Jasper.
The first CN SD70ACe repainted from its original EMD demonstrator colours hustles train Q106 away from Jasper.
Operating in a 1x1 power configuration, CN train C767 is muscled towards Jasper with CN ES44ACs 2952 and 2975 doing the work at 0.4HPT.
CN 2537 and IC 1001 hustle M301's traffic to Jasper for a crew change.
Train No. 2, the Canadian, and No. 5, the Skeena, share the station track at Jasper, Alberta, on September 18, 2002. On the rear of the eastbound Canadian is dome-observation/lounge/sleeper “Tweed... (more)