Heritage EJE 3023 flies across the Kaministiquia River knocking fresh powder off the trestle in its wake bringing the last grain train of the year to Thunder Bay.
Never pass up the chance to catch a couple of standard cabs on the mainline in this day and age. The spring grain rush finds an ex IC SD70 leading an ex oakway SD60 both having been repainted for ... (more)
The morning tranquility is momentarily disrupted by Thunder Bay bound coke loads crossing and reflecting nicely in the Kaministiquia River. I’m happy to report the last of those obstructing/eyes... (more)
A welcome leader in these parts charges uphill past the mile board to Hume (the only siding within the OCS limits of the Kashabowie Subdivision). The crew (running lights off for whatever reason) ... (more)
A nice set of power for the Kashabowie Sub leads Thunder Bay McKellar Isldand bound coke loads, reflecting nicely in the glasslike Kaministquia River on its way through the hamlet of Kakabeka Fall... (more)
CN 437's chugs along with a short 25 car train. Resolute Forest Products is flipping the bill for today's train with lumber/paper/pulp products from their Thunder Bay mills.
Light power move speeds through Kakebeka Falls
CN 840 makes its way across the Kam River and through the small northern Ontario town of Kakabeka Falls with a loaded grain train in tow.
CN 5613 leads loaded rail train 491 through the small village and former siding of Kakabeka Falls.
On this beautiful spring morning CN 436 glides along CN's Kashabowie Subdivision through Kakabeka Falls and over the glass like Kam River.
CN 436 with CN 5600 in the lead passes under highway 11/17.
Rolling over glass. CN 436 gets a near perfect reflection in the Kaministiquia River.
2577 leads 8300 feet of train past the remains of a moose just east of Kakabeka Falls. The unit is maxed out with only 139 cars. Train 437 would follow the same suit later in the night with one un... (more)
Longer days means a higher chance of catching a daylight move on the Kashabowie Sub. CN 2286 solo leads grain empties through the curves approaching Kakabeka Falls at sunset.
CN 436 passes through the small hamlet of Kakabeka Falls.