The shortest 149 I've ever seen rolls through the "S" curve at Newtonville with a solo SD60 on the point.
Amply powered by CN 2197, this short train 149 was crossed over to the south track at Clark, a few miles prior, in deference to their upcoming lift at Oshawa. 1730hrs.
CN 149 heads through Newtonville with a pair of cowls on the point.
With a decent-sized train in tow, train 149 weaves through the countryside with traffic for Chicago.
One of 90 new SD60's that are present on CN's roster thunders up the hill at Knuckle Alley passing it's counterpart (CN 148) on the right.
CN 5601 is in charge of high priority double stacks for Chicago as it rolls through Aldershot.
CN train 149 races through Aldershot with over 10,000 feet of multis and double stacks.
Class I railroading at it's finest Yesterday after I shot 148 with CN 5751 leading 9531 I said to myself, "That GP40 is leading 149 tomorrow". Roughly 24 hours later I was right... (more)
CN 149 curves through the countryside with Stacks bound for Chicago.
Class leader! IC 1000 charges at the hill at the beginning of the York sub as it leads CN 149 to Brampton Intermodal and points westward.
It's been too long since I've seen an IC SD70 leading and I finally got one leading and of course it just had to be the pack leader!
Class leader! IC 1000 is in charge of CN 149 as it begins to pull out of Oshawa Yard. The crew was held here for about 2 hours before getting the OK to proceed, only to wait for a... (more)
149 rounds the classic bend at Lovekin at track speed as it heads for Brampton Intermodal Terminal and points westward.
A cowl leads a lengthy bunch of stacks up through Vaughan on a great spring day.
Q149 clears the MacMillan Yard entrance as it continues Westward to Brampton Intermodal Terminal (BIT).