CN's first AC powered engine speeds east through Jasper National Park with an empty coal train.
Sister SD70M-2s 8844 and 8843 (Murphy's law has the nice clean one trailing of course) power A417's train west, a few miles east of Henry House on the Edson Sub.
CN C40-8W 2138 and GTW SD40-3 5942 kick up some fresh snow as they speed towards Jasper with a small 4 car train.
A pair of brand new CN ES44ACs make a lift in Jasper Yard with train M347.
CN's oldest ES44AC 2800 leads one of its newest ES44ACs 2829 east on CN's Edson Sub in great evening light with 111 empty coal cars for Leyland, AB.
CN SD60Fs 5509 and 5562 claw their way towards Geikie with 165 cars (42 grain loads/24 sand loads/99 empty lumber centrebeams) for Prince George, BC... No easy task for these two, and it showed at... (more)
Three brand new CN GE ES44ACs (the leader starting to show some signs of dirt) charge east on the Edson with 160 coal empties for Leyland, AB.
CN leaves Jasper to the west in the eveningsun. A few seconds earlier it was a double-departing with the Canadian (VIA #1), see also on #411816
CN 2311 leads a loaded Potash train through Wynd on the Albreda Sub.
A clean CN SD70M-2 and filthy IC SD70 idle on Jasper Yard's South West lead exchanging train crews.
A mixed bag of power, including CN SD75I 5715, CN C40-8M 2437 and CN GP38-2W 4766 slow towards a stop signal at English with M303's freight.
A rail train for CN's Albreda Sub sits quietly in track 3 at Jasper awaiting a crew, as it has done for the past week due to a crew shortage.
CN ES44DC 2311 leads a loaded Canpotex potash train west on the Albreda Sub. This train originated at the Alwinsal Mine in Saskatchewan and is heading to the Port of North Vancouver.
A pair of Canadian National’s custom-designed, cowl-carbodied locomotives pulls a train eastbound at English, Alberta, in Jasper National Park on September 18, 2002. These unique EMDs are equipped... (more)
A417's train enters rule 105 territory at Jasper East after a fresh snowfall.