A loaded sand train gathers speed as it crests the hill at Obed and is about to pass under Yellowhead Highway #16.
CN ES44ACs 2987 and 2988 lead a loaded potash train under the Yellowhead Highway #16 making their maiden run to the west coast.
After the first good dump of the year at Obed Summit, CP AC4400CW 8642 and CSXT ES44AC 3043 lead CN train A412 east on CN's Edson Sub. CN appears to be power short at the moment (good thing they j... (more)
With a large cut of Moroccan phosphate on the headend, G834 kicks up some fresh powder heading east on the south track of CN's Edson Sub.
In a blinding snow storm, CN C40-8 2007 continues its trek eastward on the Edson Sub with a detouring BNSF X INBCSN9 28 grain empty.
CN SD40-2Ws 5263, 5265 and 5298 tip over Obed Summit with 84 ballast empties in tow.
Brand new CN ET44AC 3059 tips over Obed Summit leading train Q105 west.
With the grain season starting to ramp up, the 2nd of 4 G847s originating out of Edmonton on September 28 tips over Obed Summit west of Hargwen.
With the fall colour in the Obed Hills a blaze, Q199 slams the binders on, coming around the curve at Mile 170 staring at a clear to stop signal.
After meeting a pair of extended run stack trains east of Dalehurst, A417 resumes its journey to the west coast.
CN train A417 begins to tip over Obed summit with a former LMS C40-8W on the point.
P617 departs the siding at Peers after meeting a westbound, M347.
CN 3012 screams uphill to Hargwen with a special passenger train.
Restricted to Canada use only, brand new CN ES44AC 2959 gathers speed having just crested the grade at Hargwen with a heavy M303 in tow.
North Battleford to Vancouver train A411 accepts the approach signal to Dalehurst doing the track speed of 60mph.