CN 2867, CREX 1516, CN 2435, IC 2725 & CN 7032 are the power on CN 401 as it passes Turcot West.
CN5799 rolls thru the rock sheds along the Thompson River. This portion of the canyon is perhaps one of the most treacherous.... The almost vertical scree slope made it necessary to build artifici... (more)
Canadian National 802 was one of six 42" gauge EMD G8s built in 1956 for CN's Newfoundland narrow gauge lines. These 875hp units were usually found on the light-rail branch lines on the east ... (more)
On Canadian National's Newfoundland narrow gauge lines, triweekly mixed train 207 from St. John's has arrived at the end of the Argentia branch, where its trio of EMD G8s switch the wharf. Track g... (more)
Train 571 rounds a tight corner along Seton Lake. The Lake is 1500 feet deep, that puts it well below sea level. The Lake has been the site of more than one train wreck as well; PGE #53 wrecked t... (more)
A few railfans gather together to shoot train M305, as they put their train together at CN's Gordon Yard for the trip westbound to CN's Mac Yard in Toronto.
CN 8899 leads an overpowered Q120, as they approach Amherst, Nova Scotia near sunrise. With only 3 units online, they had no problems powering this small 354 axle intermodal.
Destined to Montreal, Canadian National 323 is heading north through southern Quebec farmland at sunset.
Dropping out of Glenn Fraser on a 2.2% grade. The grade from Kelly Lake to Lillooet, BC is sometimes referred to as Pavillon Mountain. The grade is one of the longest 2.2% grades in North America... (more)
New, fresh out of the paint booth!
On the soon to be ex-right of way. A late CN 401 has a lot of power (CN 2867, CREX 1516, CN 2435, IC 2725 & CN 7032) as it passes by Turcot West. The right of way that it is traveling on is... (more)
A southbound train heavy in forest products drops down the 2.2% grade thru the horseshoe at Pavillion, BC. The small village out dates the railroad into the Gold Rush era, and was a stop on the O... (more)
Manufactured by LM Windpower in New Richmond, PQ; 53 wind turbine blades are headed for the equally unpopulated Eland, ND where they will be transloaded and trucked to their final resting place.
The Proctor Transfer heads with a trio of elephant style GE's.