The big M's still roll at least to year's end, seen here on 101.
FEC 101 roars into Bunnell on my wedding day! Lucky spell of sunshine just caught the train as they accelerated out of a speed restriction.
CN 8876 heads train 117 west at Geikie as it begins its ascent of Yellowhead Pass west of Jasper, Alberta.
By a cold afternoon, CN 920 cross the Rousseau street at Rousseau, Qc.
CN 920 works at MP 33 on the CN Lac-Saint-Jean subdivision.
FEC 101 rolls through moderate rains that had persisted all day with a bit of an unusual consist, manifest up front. Not often you see manifest on this train.
As a railfan takes pictures, CN 369 is about to cross De la traverse street near Lac-aux-sables, Qc.
On the scenic CN Lac-Saint-Jean subdivision, CN 369 breaks the silence as it takes the "S" curve at Talbot, Qc.
FEC 105 leads train 224 right at sunrise. 30 seconds earlier and there would have been no light.
As the CN 369, with CN 8945 in lead, approach Hervey-Jonction, the crew of CN 920 do the inspection of CN 369.
On the scenic Lac-Saint-Jean subdivision, CN 920 (work train) takes the curve at Rivière-à-pierre, QC.
A Canadian visitor leads NS 376 east.
The big M's will likely hang in there through the end of the year until the GEVO's arrive. So until then the EMD show goes on, as seen on this mild day with FEC 101.
Crude oil loads destined for Valero head east through Lovekin after a fresh snowfall.