Engineer Steve Marshall on M348.
CN local from Pokegama makes its way into Proctor with a BC Rail in charge.
Near the end of an otherwise dreary day the sun has finally decided to come out for a while before setting, illuminating this BC Rail unit in original paint. The "u" designation in the locomotive ... (more)
A short sand local (11 empty cars) rolls through Ladysmith and passes by a local display of a Soo FP7A and passenger cars.
Red, White, and Blue at the "White House" in Waukesha. After a cloudy morning, the sun has broken free and has migrated to the north side of the tracks as a BC GE Barn, CN GE, and UP GE team up to... (more)
BCOL 4605 leads extra 384 traffic including double stacks and three tank cars on the rear.
Pulling a couple loads of grain from the classic wood elevator a Fort St. John Yard Job goes about its duties switching local industries on the perimeter of the terminal.
After getting a crew change and fixing SBU problems at Mac Yard, BCOL 4644 and it's train of empty multi's hustle west into the evening sun. It was nice to have finally get one of these units lead... (more)
BCOL 4644 leads a manifest west into the setting sun at New Lenox.
Leaning against his trusty Ford F-250 a mechanical employee is poised for a roll-by inspection of a southward British Columbia Railway train arriving at the division point of Lillooet, BC on a bea... (more)
X371 climbs out of the Humber River valley with 7600 ft of solid auto traffic.
An X348 train advances up to the Rock with a BC Rail "Barn" and a CN/IC "Icon" unit.
CN X371 cruises through Snider, slowing a crew change outside of MacMillan Yard for the trip to Michigan. What a nice surprise to see Eleanor leading. ;-)
Eleanor! If you've seen the movie Gone In 60 Seconds, you'll know what I mean by the name. Anyways, BCOL 4644 is hauling a long stretch of empty racks into the York-Halton Bypass ... (more)
CN 149 heads towards Belleville on track one.