Two SD60 cowl units bring a long grain train into Manitoba's capital city, bringing the summer's harvest closer to the Great Lakes and the ships that will take it away.
A pair of brutish SD70M-2 lead stack train CN 112 across the Canadian prairie on a lovely spring day.
The westbound Canadian is throwing snow as it approaches Diamond.
An eastbound coal load passes the barn at Esmond.
A westbound intermodal crosses over HW 10.
The westbound Hudson Bay leaving downtown Winnipeg on its way to Churchill.
An eastbound CN freight crosses the 1,533 feet long trestle over Minnewashtack Creek.
The westbound Canadian departing Winnipeg at the east end of Fort Rouge Yard.
After waiting for a CN Intermodal to pass, a CP Transfer on the La Riviere Sub crosses over the interlocking at St. James Jct.
The "Canadian" kicks up some snow on the way out of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Brutish CN 8917 leads a train out of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
CN 5429 led a combined rail train and grain train east on the Sprague subdivision.
CN 2904 led a mixed consist railway east on the Sprague subdivision out of Winnipeg.
CP 3081 arrives at Brandon, MB with what appears to be a local potash train. Along side, a GMD switcher does morning chores and a westbound empty coal train from Thunder Bay, ON waits to depart.
CP 8954 + CSXT 3214 pull 145 cars across the Prairie