A pair of Canadian National units power a Southbound ethanol train over the high fill on the old Western & Atlantic tracks.
Canadian National coal train No. 769 prepares to load at Teck’s Luscar Mine near Cadomin, Alberta, on July 15, 2013. The train first rolls through the loadout, which it is doing here, so the opera... (more)
Friendship on the railroad! The light snow has tapered off and ice fog lifted as Canadian National #323 met #528 at l'Acadie Quebec on a mild spring morning.
With the sun just starting to peak over the horizon, IC 2699 leads eastbound stack train Q120, as they pass the turbines on the approach to Amherst, Nova Scotia.
A new location for me, CN 2593 leads a small CN 407, as they head by Painsec Jct, approaching Moncton, New Brunswick.
A crew member rakes the cinders and coals from the ash pan of Canadian Pacific No. 2317. This removes the excess accumulated ash and keeps the firebox draft properly flowing allowing oxygen to th... (more)
Canadian National No. 3377
Steamtown's 2-8-2 Canadian National No. 3377 sits outside forlorn but not forgotten on a spur serving as a parts source for her (now stored) older "sister&... (more)
A clean 15th anniversary unit. CN 2115 is looking very clean as it teams with CN 8848 to bring a 98-car CN 393 through Montreal West the day after Montreal got a decent amount of snow. On t... (more)
Montreal-St Albans Vt (NECR) Canadian National #324 races south through southern Quebec farmland on a pleasant spring afternoon.
The eastbound mixed freight seen from Blenheim Road bridge led by CN3103 and CN3061. CN 3103 is the newest loco I have seen of this class.
A CN "Draper Taper" in the CN North America scheme leads CN 2650 and CSX 5385 plus 2 buffers and ethanol empties WB by Lock 10 just east of Amsterdam, NY. The dam gates on the lock are u... (more)
CN SD70M-2 8931 idles away on the tailend of train L76852 20 in the yard at Leyland. L76851 20 derailed up at the mine earlier in the morning which has forced the crew of the 2nd cut to go to bed ... (more)
As the snow starts to fly again, eastbound train 406 heads through Rothesay, New Brunswick, passing the old train station.
Canadian National empty coal train No. 766 cruises through Henry House in Alberta’s Jasper National Park on July 17, 2013.
After doing it's set offs and pick ups in Saint John, CN 3041 leads eastbound train 406, as they head by the old train station at Rothesay, New Brunswick with snow starting to fall again.