Canadian National coal train No. 720 rolls through scenic Robertson’s Curve at Swan Landing near Brule, Alberta, on July 13, 2013.
Still looking fairly fresh, CN ES44AC 2801 leads a loaded coal train through track #1 at Jasper.
CN 2801 leads eastbound stack train Q120, as they pass by Aulac, New Brunswick, approaching the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border early in the morning.
CN 2801 leads an early morning, 560+axle stack train eastbound, passing by a misty Palmer's Pond as the sun rises for another day.
A westbound freight rolls through Matteson, bound for Joliet and points north of there.
After changing crews in Jasper, C769's train is back on the move behind a new CN ES44AC.
CN ES44AC 2801 lifts train C769 through track #1 at Jasper.
Leyland AB-Prince Rupert BC train C769 is on the final ascent into Jasper where it will receive it's second crew change.
CN ES44AC 2801 and CN SD70M-2 8016 charge west on the Edson Sub with a coal train for Prince Rupert, BC.
Three brand new CN GE ES44ACs (the leader starting to show some signs of dirt) charge east on the Edson with 160 coal empties for Leyland, AB.
It continues to dump snow on the yard at Holloway as it has been doing all day. Brand new ES44ACs 2801 and 2804 have just arrived with a Coal Valley, AB bound 224 car empty coal train.