CN ES44DC 2243 leads the first unit crude oil train from the Grande Prairie region west on the Albreda Sub. The cars originated at Secure Energy's Rycroft, AB terminal and were destined for Tacoma... (more)
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)
CN 2243 and CN 5654,hauling mixed freight through Dorval station
Joffre, PQ - BNSF Eola, IL crude oil x's
CN's Q101 crosses the Little Saskatchewan River valley as it approaches the town of Rivers.
Waking Up to the Smell of Bacon, Canadian Bacon that is! NS 172 was sporting one heck of a colorful lash-up with not a single black & white in sight! A VERY rare 'Northern' visitor, CN 2243... (more)
Where Are We? Canada, Eh? California, Yo? Oh, that's right, North Carolina, Y'all! NS 172 snakes its way through the 'glutch' in Downtown Gastonia, North Carolina with a heck of a colorful ... (more)
CN 2243 is seen leading a eastbound near English - 04/09/2009
The thundering sound of a teamed up ES44DC and SD70I, drag all 10,148ft of train 371 up hill on the York Sub at an astonishing 22 MPH, the horses in the foreground don't seem to care much about th... (more)
A CN transfer to clearing rumbles through the quiet residential neighborhood west of Midway Airport.
Local railfan Tim Gobeil gets his shot of CN 436 pulling into Thunder Bay.
CN A436 takes a tight curve as it descends the Mabella Hill.
Waiting for congestion ahead; Double stacks stretch as far as the eye can see into the tailend of a small front which makes for a intresting sky.
CN 2243 kicks on the dynos to slow for the stop at Jasper to crew change.