Rebuilt from former BNSF C44-9CW's, five (one out of view) newly rebuilt QNSL AC44C6M's await at the Mac Yard LRC for a ride east.
Having seen better days, CN SD40-2W 5250 appears to be relegated to "Hump Only" duty and is waiting for some shop time.
MacMillan Yard's 1200 Dual Hump job heads to grab another cut of cars to send over the hill. CN SD40u 6003, GP9 Slug 250 and SD40-2W 5298 is the consist.
Likely having turned its last revenue wheel, BCOL C40-8M 4605 and some other Dash 8s await an uncertain fate at CN's MacMillan Yard.
Painted in a CNR heritage livery, CN GP40-3 7600 and slug 600 take a break between switching moves at East Control at CN's busy MacMillan Yard.
CP 6644 shoves the rear end of 113 into Vaughan IMS on a beautiful spring morning.
Photo not to be used with permission, I'm looking at you, William.
CN 3115's inaugural run leading revenue pulls out of York two leading CN X376 for Montreal, these units sure do pop, especially when the weather is absolutely garbage out.
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CN F40PHR 104 sits quietly on one of Mac Yard's shop track waiting for (hopefully) a trip back to the Soo.
Mac Yard's 1200 Dual Hump job heads to the arrival tracks to grab a train.
One of Mac Yard's dual hump sets idles underneath the hump while it's crew member gets some switches lined.
Mac Yard's 0800 Dual Hump job heads for the hill with a large inbound train for classification.
Mac Yard's 0800 Dual Hump job heads for the arrival tracks to grab another train to hump.
CN GP38-2Ws 4776 and 4796 idle on the shops at Mac Yard.
CN F40PHRs 104, 106 and 105 sit quietly at the shops at MacMillan Yard, a long way from their home in Sault Ste Marie awaiting a very uncertain fate.
CN 2411 East splits the intermediate signals between the Humber and Snider West.