5612 Heads south through St. Norbert Manitoba on its way to the US border and points beyond. The original name sign still stands today after many decades and many railroads have called this line t... (more)
An extremely faded 5612 heads south towards the US border, Almost making this Canadian Goose a hood ornament. It waited till the last second to take off and almost didn't make it.
The sun breaks through the partly cloudy skies as CN 393 crosses the St-Francis River on departure from Richmond yard.
Running under the symbol "WORK TRAIN", 5607 takes a load of rail from Battle Creek to drop at Durand and allong the Holley Sub.
CN 5601, CN 5501, CN 5518 pull 98 loads of Canada's finest for export
Do you think the Investors Group next door is putting lots of customers portfolios with CN?
Look, Listen, Live. The old yellow cross bucks at Indian Lake are the only warning you get. No speed restrictions here.
399 is starting the grade out of Battle Creek as she crosses the bridge over Upton Ave.
Q620 has a colorful consist today. Even here in the North Country, winter is giving way to spring.
CN 5611 and CN 2536 lead the daily Edmonton to Vancouver roadswitcher into Jasper for a crew change. On the headend is the Edson pickup (sulphur/boxcars) and behind that a massive grain block from... (more)
After delivering 54 SSAM empties to the LS&I at Eagle Mills CN 5693,2518 head back to Partridge to pick up 64 loads and will soon be heading back to Escanaba.
CN 5693,2518 head south on train U745 near Partridge with 64 loads.
CN 5731,5742 have 108 loads of train U747 heading for the dock at Escanaba on a great late winter day.
CN 5742,5731 are back on the main with 108 empties after meeting a loaded ore train at Little Lake.
CN 5742,5731 roll empties toward a meet with a loaded ore train at Little Lake.