M303's outbound crew runs their power around the wye at Jasper due to the inbound lead unit IC 2458 having minimal heat - wise choice, as it was about -30C.
IC C40-8W 2458 and IC SD70 1036 climb the stiff grade into Jasper with Prince George bound train M303 in tow.
CN ES44DC 2311 idles on the tailend of C766 while waiting for a trio of westbounds to pass.
The power for X348's train idles on the shop track in Jasper on a frigid, but beautiful morning.
A former LMS C40-8W, now wearing CN's livery leads train M303 into Jasper. With a lack of heat on the lead unit, this power would be wyed at Jasper.
IC SD70 1036 and IC C40-8W 2458 head through a winter wonderland just west of Yellowhead on CN's Albreda Sub.
After spinning the power on the wye in Jasper, M303 is set to resume its trip from Edmonton-Prince George. The inbound lead unit had minimal heat (only the strip heaters and hot plate were working... (more)
A pair of frosty GEs pull into Jasper with X347. The temperature was hovering around -32C (-25F), and that's without the windchill!
CN C40-8M 2430 and C40-8 2001 bring 85 empty lumber cars up to the north track at English.
One of CN's 4 SD70ACes races past the tailend of a stopped coal train as it leads a 2nd section of G847 west on the Edson Sub.
A pair of Dash 8s lead train M347 towards a crew change at Jasper, following close behind 2 other westbounds. C766's rear DPU is coming to life, departing Henry House after the meet.
CN C40-8W 2196 and SD60 5489 lead G843's grain loads past the DPU of train C766 west of Henry House on the Edson Sub.
Edmonton, AB - Prince George, BC train M303 heads west on CN's Edson Sub and is about to knock down the signal at Henry House. BCOL 4620 and CN 8862 provide the power.
Prince George bound train M303 coasts along the frozen shore of Jasper Lake preparing to slow down for a 10mph restriction ahead at Mile 224. BCOL C40-8M 4620 has the honours today.
BNSF ES44C4 7985 tips over Cajon Pass at Summit with a San Bernardino-Alliance Z train, while UP's West Colton-Roseville MWCRV-15 continues to climb in the distance.