They won't pass this way again. Unique units await dismantling back in the woods in a tiny southern town. I was there 6 weeks ago and there was no indication this operation ever existed.
New CN GMD SD50F No.5454 in Fort Erie, Ontario July 26, 1987.
Kind of like a kid in an abandoned candy store, I enjoyed roaming around this things but I wished they had not be retired. They will be parted out like most scrappers they just junked a lot of re... (more)
399 with CN 5434 and IC 1025 passing 435 with CN 8847 and CN 8825
CN 5454 - IC 3140 with 69 cars. Today the 5454 can be found on DMVW
Local 561 heads west toward "clear" signal for switching assignment at local sawmill.
Another one for the Canadian fans
CN 314 passes the abandoned station. Hornepayne lies at the end of the Canadian Shield. Behind the train is the start to the Hudson Bay Lowlands.
Departing Hornepayne for Folyete
CN 5451 heads south on the CN mainline in Slinger, Wisconsin.
On the last leg of their run to Mac Yard, CN 5450 (retired May 13, 2008) and 6027 race south with train 304, passing Zephyr, Ontario. The crew, no doubt, would have been trying to get home in time... (more)
CN #201 just east of Jasper, Alberta, the rocks in this area were a good place to see Bighorn Sheep.
Splitting the whistle boards, CN 5411 (retired in 2008, sold to the MDVW), 5338 and train 362 roll east at Newtonville, Ontario. 0851hrs.
CN 5401 and WC 2001 are set to depart Jasper with the hottest train on the system.