At the end of a lovely day of railroad photography, we took time to relax at Swan Landing, overlooking Brule Lake on the Athabasca River west of Hinton, AB. The last train of the day was this west... (more)
CN train 771 heads west along Brule Lake and the Athabasca River at Swan Landing just east of Jasper National Park. The loaded coal train is shown being shoved by DPU CN 2813. CN 2811 was on the p... (more)
Manifest freight M342 knocks down the LED signals at North Tuscola on Canadian National's Champaign Subdivision. With two ES44ACs on the front, this train won't struggle on its southbound trip thr... (more)
Canadian National coal train No. 771 heads west at Swan Landing, Alberta, on July 7, 2014. The DPU of the coal load, GE ES44AC No. 2813, casts a reflection in the calm backwaters of Brule Lake as ... (more)
An eastbound Canadian National coal train passes Windy Point west of Devona, Alberta, on July 10, 2014. Two newer GE ES44ACs power the train, Nos. 2811 and 2813 in 1+1 (one on the point, the other... (more)
CN ES44AC 2813 speeds eastward on CN's Edson Sub with 150 coal empties in tow. Another ES44AC, 2811, was operating in DP mode on the tailend.
The engineer of Canadian National train No. 112 visually inspects the passing cars of westbound CN train No. 417 at Henry House, Alberta, on July 17, 2013.
CN ES44AC 2813 struggles to lift C767 out of English after stopping to wait for traffic ahead to clear.
CN train C767 climbs towards Jasper powered by CN ES44ACs 2813 and 2826 in a 1x1 formation.
Brand new CN GE ES44ACs 2813 and 2823 pass through intermediate signals 1649N/1650N gathering speed as they tip over the ruling grade at Obed.
Brand new CN GE ES44ACs 2813 and 2823 have loaded coal train C767 well in hand, with sister 2817 shoving on the rear. The train only had 109 cars, which very rarely would warrant three units.