A BC Rail Dash 9 has L517 to a stop next to the Foley stack.
The nose has been chopped but not the single beam headlight and the distinctive friction bearing Canadian B tranks. The always looked like they might be sturdier and better riding.
Grain on it's way to ADM.
Cresting a hill out of one river valley and about to drop into one. Grain on it's way to ADM.
After a pick up at Markham Yard, BCOL power rolls past the Homewood photo platform on the way to Gary Indiana.
This was a good catch! A pair of British Columbia units work Markham Yard prior to finishing it's run to Kirk Yard in Gary Indiana.
Headed compass south on the BRC's Kenton Sub., CN's Iowa Division train for Kirk Yard bangs across former Santa Fe rails at Nerska.
A pair of red, white 'n blue BC Rail barn units take main three at the spring switch and pass the Style G signal from the GM&O days.
BCOL 4643 + CN 8822 lug 11000ft of train down the South track, about to meet 376
After flagging the crossing, the good looking BC Rail duo continues its trip east, nearing Hawthorne Yard in Berwyn.
On a beautiful morning, BCOL 4613 and BCOL 4614 lead the daily M338 freight through Berwyn, nearing Hawthorne Yard. The fascinating duo!
M338 is rolling east through Addison, bound for some switching at Hawthorne Yard and ultimately, Kirk Yard (former EJ&E). Today, a pair of British Columbia Rail C40-8M's have the honors.
The daily Memphis Tennessee - Mac yard 396 is almost at his destination while it throttles up after waiting for foreman Neuton to clear the Humber Trestle.
CN 396 creeps down the last quarter mile of the Dundas Subdivision with BCOL 4613, 2199 and 5785. Originally expected to run in the early morning dark, it was delayed by two hours due to faulty si... (more)
Doing what ALCO's & MLW's do best British Columbia Railway 703 South rounds a curve south of the resort town of Whistler and the engineer puts on a little "smoke show" for the photographer.