NBSR 6304 leads 907 out of McAdam as the American crew has just swapped with the Canadian crew moments before. Within short order, the train will be stopped for customs at the American/Canadian b... (more)
NBSR 6304, NBSR 6315, GMTX 204, MNR 9801, and NBSR 2610 are the power for this train, with the rear two green units really putting on a smoke show as the train rumbles across the Clarendon Bog.
CN 8818 is seen leading the charge on train A406 as the manifest westbound heads out of Sussex after some switching at Weyerhaeuser. The roof in the background on the left side is the former pass... (more)
CBNS 305 is within the final mile of the Truro Yard. Power for the train is QGRY 3327 & CBNS 3366, with a healthy train of approximately 25 cars. The crew would return to Stellarton later in the a... (more)
VIA 6402 & 6436 are both displaying Canada's 150th promo wrap, as the train is seen crossing the Assiniboine River with a surprise visit from a Rocky Mountaineer Coach en route to the west coast f... (more)
Engineer De Vries brings M401 out of Winnipeg as the train is bound for points west. The crew was "ever so lucky" to get a stuck horn on 2972. :)
Two hump yard sets sit idly by in Symington Yard awaiting their next duties.
After receiving a slow to clear signal indication to enter CN's Redditt Sub, the CEMR extra gets underway with approximately 17 cars in tow.
A CEMR train prepares to head south on the Pine Falls Sub, as they await a clear signal to enter CN's Redditt Sub. The trio of SD40s idles next to Tim Hortons, a major Canadian icon.
This SD60F was sitting all alone just outside the Symington Yard diesel shop. These 5500's are now all classified as retired, time will tell if these draper tapers are ever in service again. One... (more)
CN Q116 is seen approaching the CP Carberry Sub diamond with 3096 & 2847 providing the power for this stack train.
CN Q108 plods eastward with an intermodal train in tow, approaching the elevator at Oakville.
Racing along the curve, the Ocean is just minutes away from the station stop in Moncton, NB, with a pleasant train of SS Budds in tow!
Pulling long hood forward, a rare IC GP40 still in deathstar paint traverses from Ceres to Rockingham Yard with a cut of containers to go out on the evening's Q121.
VIA 6454 leads the charge on number 15, as the westbound passenger train hurtles across the impressive trestle with dismal cloud cover thwarting any pleasant thought of blue skies.