Canadian National GE C44-9WL No. 2505 pushes a train of empty Ortner cars for rock loading at Cadomin, Alberta, on August 8, 2016.
British Columbia Railway GE C44-9WL No. 4644 leads Canadian national train No. 102 at Home entering Jasper, Alberta, on the beautiful morning of August 5, 2016.
A westbound (southbound) Canadian National rock train approaches milepost 18 just east of Wingo, Alberta, on August 8, 2016. The empty train will load just west of Cadomin, but lone GE C44-9WL No.... (more)
A pair of 'Canadian Cab' Dash 9's lead the L516 transfer outside of Glenwood City WI. With only 27 of these funky units built, (23 for CN and 4 for BC Rail) catching a pair is a fairly rare sight.
A Canadian Cab C44-9WL leads a southbound Q-Train passed the still man operated JB Tower just as its about to pound the Union Pacific mainline.
A rat-bag C44-9WL and C40-8W bring Q192's train down to the south track at Geikie on CN's Albreda Sub.
BCOL C44-9WL 4644 has just departed Jasper with train Q102's traffic for Toronto's Brampton intermodal terminal.
Q102's train pulls into Jasper for a crew change.
Roberts Bank-Toronto stacks cruise along the Albreda Sub's south track between Yellowhead and Geikie with a nice leader on this morning.
BCOL 4644 leads train Q102 through the Rockies on CN's Albreda Sub.
BCOL C44-9WL 4644 leads Toronto bound train Q102 east on CN's Albreda Sub.
BCOL C44-9WL 4644 cruises along the shores of Moose Lake with Q102's train in tow.
A sparkling BCOL C44-9WL 4644 leads train Q102 through Redpass on a pristine morning alongside the Fraser River.
A ratty CN C44-9WL 2508 leads M310's train east on the Albreda Sub.
M343 hustles north under threatening skies over the former Wisconsin Central main. The train is just a few miles south from the famous Byron Hill and what was the heart of the WC, Fond Du Lac, WI.