CN 451 rolling up to Martins Siding at daybreak as flurries begin to fall.
W908 spreads the heavy build up of snow drifting across the Siding Lake causeway with the early morning sun sparkling against the pristine white north-country snow. CN spreader #50936, built by O.... (more)
On a late spring early morning, 451 crosses a very still Siding Lake casting a perfect reflection of its nicely matched trio of EMDs.
A week ago today it was snowing pretty good before daybreak but as morning came around it changed to rain. CN 451 had encountered the snow down around Washago and Gravenhurst and enough of it stuc... (more)
Nice and shiny locomotive for CN 595 a.k.a. the Huntsville Roadswitcher this week, seen here switching the Panolam plant at Martins. I bet that AC was appreciated this past week!
After a bad day on the Bala Sub south of Washago CN 451 made it only about 40 miles up the Newmarket Sub before timing out, a bit over 80 miles from its destination of North Bay. Here it is seen ... (more)
451 kicks up the freshly fallen snow following a significant accumulation across the Muskoka region over Christmas. It might look like twilight, but with the weather and short days it’s actually... (more)
A daylight CN 450 accelerates through Martins after clearing a work crew installing crossing barriers a couple miles north.
CN 450 stopped at Martins to lift CN 4713, the power for the local roadswitcher CN 595 to take south for weekly servicing, but for some reason elected not to and continued on south without it. I h... (more)
After traversing the ONR from Rouyn-Noranda, CN detour train 577 (321 in disguise) is back on CN rails rolling south by the appropriately named Siding Lake at Martins.
With another blockade detour train CN X131 heading its way, CN 450 pulls ahead through south siding switch at Martins, doubling its train into the siding and back tracks so the stacks can get by.
With another blockade detour train CN X131 heading its way, CN 450 pulls ahead of the south siding switch at Martins to double its train into the siding and back tracks to let the stacks go by.
Day's EndA Brandt RTL (Road Transferable Locomotive) brings a few empty tie gons into Martins after sunset.
Blockade Running: With a First Nations protest blocking rail traffic between Southern Ontario and Quebec, CN has started detouring trains in the back way. The route includes the CN Newm... (more)
CN 451 approaching the south end of Martins Siding at Mile 141 of the Newmarket Sub.