With a nice surprise on the point, M311's train charges uphill towards Entwistle.
CN ES44DC 2272 leads train G863 down the main at Gainford. On the headend of the 184 car train are 95 former Government of Saskatchewan grain cars, now bearing MGLX reporting marks for new owner M... (more)
CN SD40-2 5386 and C40-8 2003 head west on the Edson Sub to pick up a work train at Niton.
Brand new CN ES44AC 3882 leads CN's business train over the trestle just west of Gainford.
CN C40-8M 2432, SD60 5467 and GECX C40-8W 7897 climb over the east switch at Gainford with 10,769' of M301 in tow.
CN SD75Is 5769 and 5785 gather speed, climbing towards the east switch at Gainford with A417's train.
CN C40-8M 2403 and C40-8W 2144 lead the 2nd section of train G843 (100 grain loads) west on the Edson Sub.
On a day when there were 4 sections of train G847 ran, section 1 is seen here with a bit of coke on the headend for good measure. CN ET44AC 3011 was assisting 112 cars back.
CN SD60 5444 leads a second section of train G847 towards Gainford on CN's Edson Sub.
CN ET44AC 3096 leads train Q192 around a sharp curve just east of Gainford, AB.
CN ES44AC 2928 leads Q112 (Vancouver, BC - Toronto, ON) through the town of Gainford, AB.
BCOL C40-8M 4611 highballs CN Q108 east (Vancouver BC - Chicago IL) through the town of Gainford, Alberta along the CN Edson Subdivision mainline.
A Saskatoon-Boston Bar train G863 climbs out of Gainford with a pair of GEs for power.
A pair of VIA's finest storm uphill out of Gainford with the best looking passenger train in North America.
CN C40-8s 2117 and 2105 climb the stiff grade out of Gainford with a loaded grain train for Vancouver in tow.