Yard crew prepares to start their shift.
She used to ride the rails from coast to coast, but now she stands on static display beside Dock St, along Thunder Bay's harbour front.
ex-VIA 6510, 12/1994; nee CN 6510 (3/1978) - Blt 12/1954
Rolling Northward out of Thunder Bay with 2 GE products. Not seen in this shot is the trailing GO Transit Bilevel coach fresh from manufacture, catching a ride on the tail end of this long 420-09.
The daily Thunder Bay yard job with two SD40-2's shuffles around 420-09's consist with a brand new GO coach included, hot off the press from Bombardier.
Playing with a cut of racks under a cloudless sky.
Mt. Mckay shadows CP 5499 and STL&H 5615 as they work with grain hoppers on a very mild Spring afternoon.
Having recently arrived in Thunder Bay, 3015 is, for the time being, a yard unit. In the early evening of this particular Thursday, it sits idle with GP9 1643 near the CP Depot.
CN GP9u 7258 and slug 211 take their cut of hoppers to Thunder Bay North on the Kash Sub after lifting them from one of Thunder Bays many pool elevators.
An unusual sight to see this job working in daylight hours, and even more unexpected to see this particular unit in town.
Empty oil cans from Albany, New York destined to Stoughton, SK wrap around CN's Thunder Bay North/Port Arthur Yards.
Ex-GMTX SD60 5437 is paired with mother slug couple 7278/255 as they play around with grain hoppers on a frigid January morning.
CP 8818 and CP 9812 leaving CP yard in Thunder Bay heading west towards Winnipeg with a double-stack train.
CN 436 approaches the end of the Kashabowie Sub amidst a heavy snowfall, with 8938 and 5523 as power.