WC GP38-2s 2005 and 2003 hustle an empty ballast train through Geikie on CN's Albreda Sub. This is hands down one of the wildest consists I've ever seen around here.
A very short train 10 heads south near Bellevue. Normally a pair of units were not enough power south of Hawk Junction on the former ACR, due to the grades, curves and fairly heavy trains, but on ... (more)
The WC only had about 2 months as an independent company when I shot this late evening westbound east of Engadine. The paint and cleanliness on most WC power at that time had become a thing of the... (more)
Fresh out of the paint shop ex ACR GP38-2 2005 has made it to Trout Lake and will spend a few weeks on the Munising job.
Looking a bit out of place, WC GP38-2s 2005 and 2003 lead 33 ballast empties out of Jasper.
An extremely rare pair of WC GP38-2s lead 33 ballast empties back to the pit at Giscome, just east of Prince George.
The Taylor Yard power sits dead under some threatening skies.
A pair of WC GP's make friends while they sit awaiting a new crew.
A short CN engineering train rolls north on the former DM&IR checking track.
WC 2005 shoves a set of cars at the West Yard in Wausau.
The conductor of YWU028-28 rides on the last car as they make their way to the West Yard.
Wig wags from the CNW still in service on the CN at Garfield Avenue in Wausau.
WC 2005 shoves cars on the Banta Spur - The only rail line in the world to go right through the middle of a cemetary.
461 pulls out to the main after dropping two cars off at Brokaw.