QNSL GE #403 is only a few months old. It's paired with an older SD40 and is completing the process of loading the ore train at the Labrador City mine.
A pair of leased GE CEFX AC4400CW's working on the Wabush Lake Railway.
QNSL 509, 517 and empty ore train are about to cross the Trans Labrador Highway at the west end of Ocopoca Siding. The 36.8 mile Northerland Sub crosses the Trans-Lab Hwy several times and runs so... (more)
A pair of 164-car loaded ore trains - PH-684-E with QNSL SD70ACe 503/506 and PH-681-A with QNSL SD70ACe 501/AC44CW 423 - are ready to depart the Labrador City Carol Lake mine for Sept-Iles, Quebec... (more)
ACes are wild in this Labrador City view of a trio of QNSL trains working at the Carol Lake Mine and also a cut of hoppers being moved into the Labrador City terminal. SD70ACe 510 leads a pair of... (more)
A Quebec, North Shore & Labrador loaded ore train departs the QNSL Labrador City terminal with a train of IOCC (Iron Ore of Company - Canada) jennies behind AC4400CW 421 and C44-9W 412 on Thursday... (more)
Four Wabush RS18s prepare to move ore loads to a connection with the QNS&L.
Mining is big business and you need big buildings to maintain equipment. This RS18 looks small oustide the main shop complex.
After a meet with an ore train QNS&L 420 (AC4400CW) and 403 (C40-8M) are leaving Opocopa with the Lab city bound mixed freight.
Wabush Lake Railways RS-18s 910 and 909 were coupled to a string of empty ore cars that were brought from Sept-Iles Junction on the rear of a QNS&L train. Soon the train will leave for the mine at... (more)
With a train of empty ore cars QNS&L 416 and a C44-9W working their way to Labrador City. Not seen on the picture is midtrain helper 402 a C40-8M.
QNSL work extra getting ready to head back to Labrador City.
QNSL freight coming out of Labrador City heading for the mainline to Sept-Isles. Approximately 2 miles from Emeril Junction where it will pick up the main to go to Sept-Isles.
The logo a Dreamcatcher of the Tshiuetin Rail Menihek on unit 702. One of the most unique logo I have everseen.
The discoloring on the unit is from taconite dust while in ore train use.