A Canadian National coal empty crosses a fairly new bridge across a small stream just west of Lynch, Alberta, on CN’s Foothills Subdivision on August 8, 2016.
Shot At 600mm CN 2983 leads a small 15 car empty potash train, as they approach Sussex, New Brunswick. Decided to shoot with my 150-600 lens. Turned out relatively sharp.
Shot At 600mm With part of the Saint John city skyline in view, CN 2983 leads a small empty potash train as they depart Saint John, destined for Moncton, New Brunswick. I love how close I c... (more)
Heard these guys heading westbound into Saint John about two hours earlier, I decided to get up early and catch the eastbound 594 out of town, since the lighting would be good. CN 2983 leads a sma... (more)
An eastbound mixed freight races around the curve through the station. It was heading into the bright rising sun making it difficult for the engineer to see the signal.
ES44DC CN 2246 and ex BC Rail Dash 8-40CMu BCOL 4614 head a grain train west through Clover Bar.
Not too long after changing crews at Turcot West, CN 309 heads west towards the setting sun with CN 8848 & CN 2674 for power.
Maroon and gold 403 was quite busy this weekend, heading up several trains.
A westbound Canadian National coal train traverses Kansas City Southern's Mexico Subdivision. This train came from a southern Illinois mine and is making it's way to a power plant down south.
The water is high. After a record amount of rainfall in April, the water level of the Lachine Canal and the St. Lawrence River is among the highest its ever been. Here CN 149 is seen crossi... (more)
Running about an hour behind the regular westbound 406, CN 2885 leads a Canpotex potash train at Passekeag, approaching Hampton, New Brunswick, in some nice late afternoon light.
My train on the left, CN L570 (ex E276 Blue Island to Oshawa mty multi's via Snider West change off and reprofile) sits on the north while westbound 271 has just crested the first of two grades on... (more)
A blood nose Canadian Northern engine leads a Southbound mixed freight train down the CNO&TP.