Did someone say Wigwag? A 3 car passenger train chuffs past the water and sand towers through a rare wigwag-protected crossing
Sitting at Laggan station
Chuffing and clanking over the only bridge on the line
A GEVo on the end of a grain train makes an impressive sight in the morning light!
Sitting on the siding at Keith in the early morning, a shiny GEVo is the DPU on a westbound (eventually) grain train
8709 waits patiently for the crew to return to the headend after having her tailend remote set off. Once they board its hammer time for these mighty horses.
CP 1401 sits in one of the dead lines at Alyth yard.
Southbound past the unique Fish Creek C-Train station
CP 1696 and NREX 2GS14B Demonstrator 2007 work the auto facility in Ogden.
5853 5838 road power has been put into yard service recently and is the preferred power of the crews building the trains out of the class yard.
Switching the west end of Keith yard
A forlorn caboose sits in Keith yard on a fine day
Sweeping through the curve by the Bow River in spectacular autumn colours
Power coming from the shop, weaving through Alyth yard
GEVO's 8817 and 8802 lead 269 south from Calgary under a chinook arch.