Rolling meet: Eastbound Canadian National train No. 302 meets westbound CN train No. 111 on the curves through English, Alberta, on a rainy July 14, 2013.
Brand new CN ES44AC 2888 teams up with its older sister 2811 speeding away from Wildwood with a loaded grain train for export at Prince Rupert.
M347 heads towards Jasper on a beautiful "bluebird" day in The Rockies.
A gaggle of power doubles L513's train into the short yard in Jasper. They'd drop off the trailing 4 road units in the shop tracks before returning to Hinton with the 2 SD40s.
The Hinton-Jasper turn has an easy westbound trip today, with only 18 cars in tow. CN 5335 and 6010 provide the more than sufficient power.
A pair of CN Dash 8s lead train Q116 through Geikie.
CN ES44DC 2312 lugs a heavy M301 uphill towards Entwistle.
CN ES44DC 2329 lifts train Q105 through English.
Potash loads blast through Henry House, while temperatures neared the -40C mark.
CN SD70M-2s 8901 and 8024 cruise towards Jasper on an extremely chilly, -37C morning east of Jasper.
M301's train climbs towards Jasper on a crisp November day.
CN ES44AC 2883 makes its maiden trip to Western Canada leading G845 on CN's Edson Sub.
CN ES44DC 2278 lifts a light Q101 into Jasper, half a mile west of English on CN's Edson Subdivision.
A417 makes a lift out of the south yard in Jasper as the elk go on about their business. Pyramid Mountain provides the backdrop.
CN SD70I 5601 and ES44DC 2256 make easy work of a short 5,001' X105 cruising along the frozen shores of Jasper Lake.