Abandoned but not forgotten, about 30 miles north of Sault Ste Marine the Searchmont station is in rough shape but still standing from the AC days. Here the Canyon train races north past the old d... (more)
CN train 111 rolls west across the Swan Landing causeway on Brule Lake, just east of Jasper National Park. CN 2678 is paired with former BC Rail 4602 a cowled GE unit. The train also had a DPU on ... (more)
After a beautiful day into the Canyon the train has arrived back into the station and all the passengers and most of the crew disembark from the train before it is taken back to the yard for servi... (more)
The southbound Canyon train cruises through the beautiful scenery outside of Sault Ste. Marie but the day long trip will be over shortly as the station is just 20 minutes away. After waiting for t... (more)
CN 713 is a 'Mogul' steam engine (2-6-0) originally built by and for the Grand Trunk Railway in their Pointe St-Charles shops in Montreal. It now resides at Exporail. To the left is Maritime Railw... (more)
CN 2807 leads westbound coal train no. 799 across the causeway at Snaring, AB. Low grades permit CN to move these trains with a single lead unit and a trailing DPU.
CN 5422 leads ore loads south through Culmersville, Pa.
CN local train No. 513 operating as a turn between Hinton, AB and Jasper crosses the causeway at Snaring (Windy Point). The train left Swan Landing with approximately 11,000 ft. of train to delive... (more)
With coal up front, westbound Canadian National manifest train No. 303 is just west of Devona, Alberta, along the shore of scenic Jasper Lake on the afternoon of July 11, 2014.
CN 2537 and BNSF 9419 head east where they will be assigned to power a empty auto train from the Mira Loma facility.
CN thunder leads a blue HLCX leaser southward at Leipsic on Q365.
CN train 310 with CN 2253 meets train 343 at Henry House, AB at the end of the double track east of Jasper. Heading train 343 is CN 2640.
In Thompson River Canyon, Canadian National grain train No. 845 passes through the Skoonka Tunnels west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on July 16, 2014.
Canadian National grain train No. 845 threads Tunnel’s 80.2, 80.4 and 80.5 (also known as the Skoonka Tunnels) west of Spences Bridge, British Columbia, on July 16, 2014.
A CN dash-9 leads three NS units toward Bellevue with a long manifest.