An eastbound Canadian National manifest freight is about to cross the Thompson River and plunge into Tunnel 54.8 in Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on September 24, 2015.
CN SD60 5463 leads an extra Edmonton-Vancouver stack train west on the Albreda Sub.
Chicago-Roberts Bank train Q119 departs the west switch at Exlou on CN's Clearwater Sub, following the shores of the North Thompson River towards Kamloops.
A pair of mis-matched C40-8Ws lead train X196 east on the Edson Sub.
CN SD60 5483 and CN C40-8W 2185 lead train X417 westward on the north track of CN's Albreda Sub at Geikie.
CN SD60 5462 and IC SD70 1010 lead train G834 east on the scenic west end of the Edson Sub.
A southbound sand train with a CN on the point rolls past the Arconic (former Alcoa) Aluminum Plant.
Q105's train splits the intermediate signals at Mile 13.8 of CN's Albreda Sub.
With an old school consist on the point, CN train Q105 heads west on the Albreda Sub.
Montreal-Vancouver train Q105 pulls down track 1 at Jasper to the west end of the yard for a crew change.
CN SD60 5462 and C40-8 2005 lead Montreal-Vancouver train Q105 through Henry House. Q105 (X105s too) have been getting dreadful power as of late, much to the delight of the photographer.
Pride Of The Fleet CN 4775, and old warrior, leads westbound train 406, as they climb the three mile grade into Quispamsis, New Brunswick. My last shot of the old warrior on the point.
It's smooth sailing for the crew on board U-789 south from U.S. Steel Minntac traveling to Two Harbors with 145 cars of taconite pellets on this fine summer evening.
A westbound CN freight with engines ET44AC 3062, ES44AC 2950, C44-9W 2536, C44-9W 2670, C40-8M 2426. This portion of the CN main line, lies along side the Trans-Canada Highway for about 15 miles.
Pride Of The Fleet CN 4775, and old warrior, leads westbound train 406, as they round the bend at Nauwigewauk, New Brunswick.