CN's TEST equipment accelerates eastward on the Edson Sub behind IC C44-9W 2698. Today an Amtrak Superliner sleeper is along for the ride which is providing the onboard crew sleeping arrangements ... (more)
IC C44-9W 2698 is more than enough power on this day, leading CN's TEST equipment into Jasper for a crew change. For possibly the first time ever, an Amtrak Superliner makes an appearance in Alber... (more)
CN Q101 rips around a curve at Wicksteed, slowing for a crew change at Hornepayne.
With a relief crew on board, a later than usual L528 makes the return trip from Swan Landing to Hinton behind a pair of veteran SD40-2Ws. The lead unit, CN 5261 sports flared radiators after the d... (more)
GP9 CN 4225 and F7(A) CN 9167 approach Ardrossan with east bound grain hoppers heading back to prairie elevators.
CN 5367 leads the short local long hood forward south through Cedarburg, WI on the CN Saukville Sub.
With the pride of the fleet on the point (IC 1007-IC 2457), CN Train M301 passes through Henry House.
With a gaggle of power up front, U724 rockets downhill nearing its destination at Bissell, just west of Edmonton.
CN ES44ACs 2837 and 2914 lead their train under Carman Road in Iroquois as they travel east on the Kingston Sub with CN 372.
Canadian National ES44AC 2969 leads train 570, the daily Prince George-Squamish southbound, through the Fraser River valley on the former BC Rail's Lillooet Sub.
CN SD70M-2 8817 and C40-8 2023 hustle a Saskatoon-Prince Rupert grain train westbound on the Edson Sub.
CN C40-8 2105 leads a unit train of canola loads from Yorkton, SK westbound at Henry House. At Vancouver this train will be interchanged with the BNSF for the remainder of the run to California.
Folding Mountain looks on in the distance, as train Q119 takes the south track at Park Gate on a great afternoon in The Rockies!
Q102's DP remote unit comes to life after the headend finally received the signal at Henry House to depart.
Train Q111 rockets by the tailend remote of Q102's train a few miles west of the single track at Henry House.