This 50 car cut has descended the 3% portion of the Luscar Industrial Spur. The train crossed Luscar Creek at the bottom of the grade and is now climbing a short 1.5% grade to a connection with t... (more)
CN 2926 lead CN 121
CN2329 loads coal late in the evening, on the steep Luscar industrial spur. The grade here is about 1-1.3%, however the rear of the train is tipped over a steep 2.7%. This is mountain railroading ... (more)
Bran-New CN2973 loads coal at Teck's Luscar Load-out. CN was one of the last major railroads to receive AC locomotives. The big motors are perfect for the 1-3% grades of the Luscar Industrial Lea... (more)
An array of power sits in Two Harbors.
A CN C40-8M leads 930 south through West Richmondville NY
The daily Kirk Yard, IN, to Waterloo, IA, manifest train pulls down #1 track at Dubuque to do their work. L565's power is parked on #4 track waiting for M337's setout so they can build their outbo... (more)
Most days the core trains of M337 and M338 run with the new GE-AC's in Iowa. You do however have to keep track of it at all times cause they do sneak a decent consist in from time to time. As seen... (more)
CN 369 (Chambord-Toronto) is at Montauban, on the 'curvy' Lac St Jean sub, 29 miles away from the Garneau classification yard. On this day, speed was restricted to 10 MPH on that section of the su... (more)
NS train 35Q is seen heading south through Thomasville with a crazy lashup consisting of a CN C40-8M leading a UP SD70M, a patched SP AC44CW, a NS B32-8, and a NS SD70M-2.
After changing crews after arriving very late into Durand, CN L502 holds steady as the sun sets over the former CN yard, now operated by Huron & Eastern (leased from CN).
CN 450 heads south at Mile 216.92 Newmarket Sub just south of North Bay
A westbound CN intermodal train hugs the shoreline of the roaring Thompson River near Spences Bridge, British Columbia, Canada, ducking in and out of tunnels along the way.
This aerial "un... (more)
Vintage Canadian National logo adorns the tender of the Baltic steamer displayed at Steamtown.
Unusual power for the Huntsville local, CN 595, this is the first time I personally have seen a GMD1 here (although I'm told there was one around for a day or two 7 or 8 years back).