CN SD70M-2 8866 + CN C44-9W 2548 pull a 94 car freight across the Little Jackfish River
CN Q105 soars across the impressive 799' Little Jackfish River viaduct with Montreal Taschereau, PQ - Vancouver Thornton, BC stacks. The river here is a diversion built in the 1940's between Canad... (more)
In the mid 1940's the Ogoki Diversion was built to send water flowing into Hudson Bay into Lake Superior. The Little Jackfish River flows from the Ogoki into Lake Nipigon, which then empties into ... (more)
An eastbound stack train crosses the 799' Little Jackfish River bridge just east of Ferland in the morning light.
Vancouver, BC - Montreal Taschereau, PQ stacks cross The Little Jackfish bridge
CN Vancouver to Toronto Z112 pulls hard through Ferland after getting the light once a couple of foreman cleared ahead.
After an Alberta Clipper dumped about 15cm of fresh snow the sun has finally made an appearance. CN's Armstrong section is hard at work cleaning the snow from sidings and back tracks on the west e... (more)
A nice mixed bag of power pulls a heavy 318 through Ferland
CN Q114 crosses the 799' Little Jackfish River bridge with Winnipeg Symington, MB - Toronto BIT, ON stacks
A much welcomed pair of dash eights pull 9700ft of stacks through Ferland
The Eastbound Canadian gets a early taste of winter with heavy snow falling as the air mass meets the warm waters of nearby Lake Nipigon.
The tailend DP on Q183 shoves 14k of stacks through the fall colours at Ferland
Sylvite, SK - Saint John, NB potash loads soar high across The Little Jackfish River valley.
CN SD70M-2 8007, BCOL C40-8M 4615, & CN C40-8 2009 lug 8700'/21000T of priority manifest towards Toronto
The daily Montreal Taschereau, PQ - Vancouver Thornton, BC stack train hustles through Ferland behind a pair of GE's