Only five of the intended one hundred class 39-000 diesels were rebuilt by Transnet Rail Engineering from class 34-600 and 34-800 locomotives, before the project was abandoned in favour of buildin... (more)
3 CN ES44ACs lead 224 empty coal buckets east on the Edson Sub.
Based on more recent shots of this area CN has really cleaned up the property. This must have been the area they put stuff when told "just throw it out back."
With no load on offer, this pair of class 18E's is running light engine through Dryden, heading east to Witbank. The leading locomotive is 18-011, one of the first series of 18E's rebuilt from 6E1... (more)
Rovos Rail's ex- South African Railways class 19D 4-8-2 hauls the Pretoria - Cape Town train out of the yard at Capital Park, to place it alongside the platform for passenger boarding. The semapho... (more)
Three of CN's recent acquisitions (ES44ACs 2811-2802-2827) squeeze their 224 car coal train into the siding at Swan Landing to meet a westbound.
CN's lone SD60F to be painted in the CN North America map scheme (recently washed to boot!) departs the single track at Henry House with train Q193.
Two of William Draper's inspired SD60s grind uphill towards Galloway, Alberta with CN's North Battleford, SK - Vancouver, BC train A411.
The penguin's name is Bugle.
CN SD60Fs 5554 and 5536 speed down the main at Swan Landing with a healthy M301 for Vancouver.
With class lights still intact, this ex-Milwaukee Road SD40-2 is on her true home rails, where she once ran as Milwaukee Road 196.
Q199's train behind CN 2520 and BCOL 4651 scoop G847 east of English heading towards Jasper for a crew change.
With 333 leading, empties come around the bend and past the Oakland B&O train station. Meanwhile, a light spring rain shower is coming to an end.
EMD, GE, and a slough of Alcos team up to lift an eastbound manifest up the grade at James.