Daily Toronto-Moncton CN train 308 rolls east through Saint-Pascal.
Daily Toronto-Moncton train 308 has just entered New Brunswick and is seen passing Lac Baker on a gorgeous spring morning.
Southbound intermodal approaching Zephyr siding.
A brief sucker-hole in a mainly cloudy/snowy day illuminates Q198's lead units as it cruises downhill through Bickerdike.
A411 grinds its way towards the end of the double track at Galloway with 180 cars in tow.
CN 401 slows down for a meet with CN 874 at the Trudel passing siding, the first siding west of Joffre yard.
A lumber train from Prince George proceeds up to Geikie at 15mph following Q106's train.
This UP Z-ATLA is caught in the middle of a Belle sandwich. Made for a nice line-up.
A fairly new GEVO leads 332 this morning. CN 2317 - CN 5500 have a short 43 car train in tow as they head eastbound towards Toronto.
Nothing rode like 'em or smoked like'em. My first day on the job at CN.