A wacky Jasper-Edson X416 speeds east into the last light of the day with a mainly empty train of tanks.
CN 8002 leads 10,000+ feet of train M348 into the siding at Swan Landing to meet two westbounds.
CN ES44ACs 2806 and 2833 rush 119 coal empties east during a nice sucker-hole in the midst of a thunderstorm.
VIA's eastbound Canadian passes Brule Lake heading down the main at Swan Landing.
With not quite the best cab leading in the crew's eyes, Q102 coasts down the main at Swan Landing with traffic ahead.
Chicago-CP Coquitlam train Q103 departs Swan Landing after a meet with an eastbound.
A411's train departs the west end of Entrance behind a nice pair of 5500s.
CN SD60F 5507 and SD50AF 5502 head into the east end of the siding at Entrance with A411's train.
After a brief crew change in Jasper, Chicago-Prince Rupert train Q193 gets back on the move behind a rare pair of beaten up former LMSX C40-8Ws.
IC C40-8Ws 2456 and 2462 lead 180 cars of Q193 through English towards Jasper for a crew change. This is a pretty rare consist for north of the border, let alone way out here in Western Canada.
Still quite new, but recently touched up, CN ES44AC 2833 looks great leading a coal train west.
A pair of former ATSF C40-8Ws operating for their current employer as CN 2158 and 2138 speed west through Swan Landing with Winnipeg-Robert's Bank train Q117.
55 Vancouver bound grain loads from Grande Prairie depart Swan Landing as G839 behind a solo SD75I.
The Edson Sub switcher struggles through Pedley with a heavy train for Edmonton and North Battleford.
CN ES44AC 2806 climbs through Pedley, Alberta with 116 coal empties for Teck Coal at Leyland.