Royal Canadian Pacific puts on a show westbound to Cowley.
The GP20C-ECO is another variant in EMD's repower catalog originally launched in 2008. CP used GP7u's and GP9u's for these rebuilds. As a cost saving measure they are built to Tier 0+ standards.... (more)
Between February 1939 and December 1949, 1145 of these 1000hp switchers were produced. Most ran in the US, this is one of 20 exported to Canadian National.
Switching at the industrial sidings in south east Edmonton serving the Rio Tinto Alcan petroleum coke calcining plant are GP9 CN 7213, GP40-2 CN 9581 and GP38-2 CN 4781 (Renumbered from 5581)
MLW 4-6-0 CN 1392 rests at the end of the station waiting to be summond for its next run.
GT 4520 was the last CN GP-9 left with the high short hood. It has roof mounted air reservoirs which on passenger Geeps had to be relocated because a water tank was added under the frame for a st... (more)
Royal Canadian Pacific westbound to Cowley.
With storm clouds rolling over the mountains of Jasper National Park, Canadian National train No. 513 passes Windy Point west of Devona, Alberta, on July 10, 2014. Originating at Hinton, the huge ... (more)
Passing milepost 8 on Canadian National’s Albreda Subdivision, train No. 196 approaches the crew change of Jasper at Geikie, Alberta, on July 11, 2014.
Canadian National train No. 303 exits Brule Tunnel and approaches Park Gate, Alberta, on the afternoon of July 12, 2014. Leading the train is CN EMD SD70ACe No. 8101, still in blue and gray demons... (more)
CN SD75I 5627 leads Montreal bound Q106 past Mile 224 on CN's Edson Sub.
CN ES44AC 2808 struggles towards Jasper with 150 coal loads in tow. Sister 2806 was shoving on the tail end, operating at 0.41 horsepower per ton (HPT).
The DPUs on train X458 (Swan Landing-Grande Prairie) hold the main at the south end of Grey while A459 (Grande Prairie-Swan Landing) passes on the siding. X458 consisted of 82 loads of frac sand.