The gritty trailing unit on a southbound set of light engines passes through the buildings on Main Street in downtown Greenville, PA.
CN SD40-2W 5338 and 3 other SD40 types head down the Minntac Sub with a fresh, steaming load of iron ore pellets for Two Harbors.
An interesting CN motive power consist idles outside of the shops at Proctor, MN.
CN SD40-2W 5338 is Two Harbors bound with 145 loads of freshly baked iron ore pellets.
A loaded ore train prepares to slam across the Rainy Sub diamond at Ramshaw. Its tailend has just cleared the slow transfer from the Missabe Sub to the Iron Range Sub as the various SD40 types how... (more)
With a wild mix of SD40 types providing the power, U789 prepares to make a left hand turn at West Wye for a run towards Two Harbors on CN's Iron Range Sub.
CN SD40-2W 5338 leads a fresh, steaming loaded ore train out of Minntac.
A CN manifest gets under way leaving Boston Bar behind a pair of SD40-2Ws and an SD40. Just out of the small yard the railroad crosses Anderson Creek on a curved trestle. North Bend, which is CP R... (more)
Edson's yard power, a decent looking CN SD40-2W 5323 idles in the steam track in the middle of the wye at Edson.
Edson, AB's yard power, a good looking repainted CN SD40-2W idles in the short yard waiting for a crew to come on duty.
With a set of Walker Yard's makeshift ditchlights on board, L519 heads westward on the north track of CN's Edson Sub heading towards Wabamun where they will run around their train prior to switchi... (more)
L518's power has just tied onto a cut of 100 canola loads at Cargill's Camrose crushing plant.
A pair of SD40-2Ws idle at the south end of Camrose yard and will be added to L518's consist for their return trip north to Edmonton.
L518's inbound train idles in the yard at Camrose, while the engineer and conductor grab another pair of SD40-2Ws for the return trip north. The restored Camrose station can be seen to the west.
A trio of SD40-2Ws hold the siding at East Edmonton with a loaded CWR train waiting for L523's train to come north.