A pair of old EMDs pull a cut of cars out of the yard.
Traveling on the Canadian affords passengers several opportunities to take a look around the cities the train frequents due to lengthy servicing stops.
Several units sit stored, included in the group are a few of rebuilt SD60s.
A trio of EMDs work the east end of the yard.
CP 5911 and sister unit CP 5863 pull a cut of cars past the old tower at Rugby Junction. These 2 units are the last remaining SD40-2s that still wear the large multi-mark.
A SD90MAC and a red barn lead grain loads into the yard at Rugby Jct.
This manifest led by #5509 slows to a stop near station sign CN Winnipeg as it holds for VIA's Canadian, train #1, for its 1145 departure from Winnipeg Union Station.
VIA's westbound "Canadian" arrives in Winnipeg.
GEs wait for their next assignments.
A westbound manifest crosses the Assiniboine River.
A pair of GEVOs lead an eastbound manifest into the yard.
A transfer lead by a GMD1 crosses the Assiniboine River in downtown Winnipeg.
The "Canadian" departs the Winnipeg area for points west.
A red barn and a SD40-2 lead grain loads into the yard.
Diesels sit idle due to a labour dispute.