Painted in a tribute to Wisconsin Central, CN ET44AC 3069 departs Jasper with train Q117.
With the WC heritage unit on the point, Q117's train prepares for departure from Track #1 at Jasper.
Entwistle-Prince Rupert wood pellet train U791 climbs towards Jasper with an unlikely leader.
Paying back HPH (Horsepower Hours), CP AC4400CWM 8048 leads wood pellet train U791 towards Jasper on CN's Edson Sub, just east of English.
CN SD75Is 5783 and 5660 lead a unit LPG train into the yard at Jasper, pulling down to the west end for a crew change.
Q101's train pulls down to the west end of the yard at Jasper for a crew change while P005 (VIA #5) gets set for departure to Prince Rupert.
CN C40-8M 2425 leads train M310 away from Geikie on the south track of the Albreda Sub heading for a crew change at Jasper.
B759's train waits for a crew to take it west, sitting on the west lead in front of the bunkhouse in Jasper.
"The J" approaches Geikie on the headend of a loaded potash train.
CN ET44AC 3023 leads a loaded potash train westward at Mile 10.8 on CN's Albreda Sub.
CN C40-8Ms 2180 and 2183 lead train Q117 west on the Albreda Sub between Geikie and Yellowhead.
Sister C40-8Ms CN 2180 and CN 2183 are approaching Geikie at Mile 8 of CN's Albreda Sub leading train Q117.
An uncommon leader in these parts, CP AC4400CWM 8048 heads west on the Edson Sub approaching English with a loaded train of wood pellets from the Pinnacle pellet plant in Entwistle, AB.
After a crew change at Jasper, Q199's train departs for points west with GTW blue/red painted SD70M-2 8952 leading.
VIA #1 has returned (albeit only between Winnipeg and Vancouver) for the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown. Here, 4 units and 21 coaches head into track #1 at Jasper.