A spot of sunshine illuminates one of three red white and blue painted BCOL C44-9WLs, passing the NS Whitaker Intermodal Terminal.
A trio of CN motors and a Bessemer unit lead a ballast train around the sweeping curve out of Butler as they continue to dump ballast along the mainline.
A pair of CN GE's lead a pair of EMD's on a ballast train as the head south passing under the Bessemer & Lake Erie searchlight cantilever at Oneida. The GE's came to the Bessemer via the Buffalo &... (more)
CN 2511 leads train 393 into Bayview Junction for the 10 mile climb up the Niagara Escarpment.
A single Dash 9-44CWL leads train 382 into Bayview Junction.
CN 385 prepares to tackle the stiff grade out of Bayview Junction. In less than 20 minutes the train would stall and require pushers from Aldershot to assist all the way to Paris.
Nashville is a growing city. The downtown area is the site of many construction projects as illustrated by the multiple cranes lining the skyline. A loaded auto-rack train pulls out of the Gulch a... (more)
Gotta love it when the skies clear after a fresh snowfall! Prince George-Edmonton train M348 is about to disappear into the Brule Tunnel between Park Gate and Swan Landing on CN's Edson Sub. The A... (more)
Wearing the paint scheme of its current owner, BCOL C44-9WL 4641 departs Peterson on CN's Robson Sub with an extra 301.
M343 heads north through Crest Hill with one of three BC Rail painted C44-9WL's in charge.
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.