An older photo, CN 2240 leads eastbound stack train Q120, as they cross the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border, approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia.
From a distance, CN 120 rounds the bend at Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, and approaches the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border. Seen from the Nova Scotia side, at Fort Lawrence.
CN 2240 lugs extra tonnage consisting of Toronto - Prince Rupert bound stacks through Auden
CN 2240, IC 2463 and 2130 bring 422s train into Aldershot yard where they will make a set off and lift before completing their journey to Mac Yard.
CN 2240 leads an empty coal train destined for the PRB across the Canoe River, west of Valemount, BC. On the headend of this train were 32 cars of mixed freight for Vancouver.
The Engineer and Conductor of trains C723 and S700 (respectively) exchange waves as their trains meet east of Valemount, BC.
CN ES44DC 2240, BNSF SD70MACs 8827, 8939 and CN SD70M-2 8817 speed out of Valemount with coal empties for the PRB.
CN C723 slows to a stop at Von Zuben to meet CN S700.
Looking more like a CN freight than a joint BNSF/CN coal train, C723 heads west on the CN Robson Sub, east of Valemount, BC.
CN and BNSF power lead an empty coal east on CN's Tete Jaune Sub, west of Dunster. This train is heading back to the Powder River Basin for another load.
CN 2240 passes some magnificent fall colour at Wabron.
CN 2240 and CN 8820 lead sulphur empties down the main at Wabron, with C778 hot on his heals. M301 is waiting in the siding, along with P609.
CN 2240 and BCOL 4622 lead Q111 into Jasper.
CN Q111 pulls up to Jasper behind CN 2240 and BCOL 4622.
Soyabeans waiting for the harvest and grain silos is what this picture is all about as a 4400 hp monster is followed by a 2000 hp dwarf. Incidently CN 4802 is sometimes asigned on the 528, servin... (more)