An SD60F leads the day's local eastward through the S curves at Tintagel.
Clear at Mile 35 and into the sunset on 08/08/08.
Two GE units lead 154 car loads of grain west to Prince Rupert. An SD70M-2 DPU is 104 cars back. A snowmobiler is sitting in the shadows watching the train go by.
Two SD70M-2s haul through the straight stretch at Tintagel.
G888 heads east through the late winter landscape. Come on Spring.
CN 2450 rolls eastbound through Burns Lake. Looks like they battled a few snow drifts on the way.
On New Year's Day some local boys organize a hockey game, and an ice fisherman on the far side of the lake stoops over the hole as the "Skeena" heads west.
The conductor braves opening the window at -4F to give a friendly wave as C751 takes the siding at Tintagel for a meet with G888.
IC 6136 and CN 5671 are on a rescue mission here pulling CN 5291 (train 561), which had stalled on the main line, to the siding at Tintagel.
The GE unit leads two EMD SD70M-2 units through a northern mixed forest.
This ex-Union Pacific/Missouri Pacific is the lone unit on a string of eastbound empties after the first snowfall that is staying.
First was lumber for as far as the eye could see, then petroleum products, mixed freight and finally empty coal gondolas on this impressively long train at 8,200ft.
The leaves and the tourists have almost all gone, and so has most of the VIA car assignment on the "Skeena". The "Skyline" car has temporally replaced the "Park" car. The Skyline is however, pref... (more)
Eastbound CN C768 rolls across the private crossing at Mile-post 28, Tintagel, Telkwa Sub. My favourite spot.
The splendor of September graces the country side. Another load of this years harvest heads west towards Ridley Terminals.