A rare sight on Canadian National's Holly Subdivision. Triple Crown train 145 flies south past the old GTW searchlight at Pitt Jct. This junction is where the GLC main (on left) breaks off of th... (more)
CN 2659 leads a CN C40-8W 2187 east on Q620. CN 2187 used to be ATSF 851 in it's younger days.
An old CN wide cab GP40-2W in Zebra paint leads train 371 west toward Lansing where it will work the GM Delta Township Assembly Plant.
A forest fire roared through the Dishnish area about ten years ago, wiping out everything on both sides of the tracks. Although not really visable here there are two tree's above the locomotive. J... (more)
CN 316 running 2/2 with 20000tons of train dosen't effect the speed as it whizes past the lift gang
The sky brightens up as the sun pokes over the hills to melt the overnight frost and light up CN Q106
CN 328 slows down to take the siding to meet "The Twins" 111 + 101
After some time waiting, the expected CN U71091 rolls through with a trio of Burlington Northern Santa Fe power. Amazingly meeting a westbound, it gave me the perfect opportunity to get the perfec... (more)
Long hood forward. CN 527, a local transfer in Montreal that goes from Southwark Yard to Taschereau Yard and back has CN 2599 (fresh from Canadian Allied Diesel) running long hood forward, ... (more)
A quartet of EMD GP units sort out cars in the west end of Aldershot Yard.
The Roger Blough is at Dock 2 taking on a cargo of pellets from the stockpile. Dock No. 6 at the bottom was taken out of service in 1963 on "Black Friday" when the Missabe shut down Two... (more)
Take a look at the difference in paint between the spartan cab and wide cab GP38's ! The local from Oakville is on the approach to Hamilton with niagara traffic that will be lifted by CN 330 in a ... (more)
Eastbound crossing the Thompson River.
Although the sun has yet to rise above the trees on the horizon, the fog has already lifted enough when 451 rolled through to thwart my attempt for a "fog shot". At least the fall colors... (more)
Dwarfed by fall colours. CN 369 heads south on the Lac St-Jean sub with with three head end units (CN 8884, CN 2024 and CN 2340) and two more mid-train (CN 5765 & CN 2267). It is passing th... (more)