Winnipeg Hydro Railway no. 3 sits in Winnipeg, MB. Winnipeg Hydro became Manitoba Hydro in 2002. The loco was built as CPR 22 in 1882 and acquired by Winnipeg Hydro in November 1918. 100 years lat... (more)
CN 7505 sits at Symington Yard with another GP38, separated by a pair of switching slugs. The units were used for hump yard work at Symington and were parked near the diesel shop along with a GP9 ... (more)
CN 1179 is a B-B truck version of the GMD1 series owned by CN and Northern Alberta Railways. This light duty unit is couple to a light weight GP9 and a hump switching set consisting of two GP38s a... (more)
CN 9168 is in for servicing at Symington Yard in Winnipeg, MB after arriving on the point of the VIA Super Continental earlier that morning from the West. The 9168 is a freight unit and was paired... (more)
A herd of zebras was spotted out on the prairies of Manitoba in June 1986 as CN inadvertently lined up a nice sampling of GMD power at Symington Yard on Winnipeg's east side. The prize was F7A 916... (more)
Front view of the VIA Rail #6569 hauling The Canadian between Toronto and Vancouver. The train is making a stop at the Winnipeg station.
CEMR train 509's power heads into CN's Symington yard to grab their train.
Thunder Bay-Winnipeg train A437 pulls into the east end of CN's massive Symington Yard.
M341's power heads for the Symington Yard diesel shop with CREX ES44ACs bookending a large consist.
A pair of Symington Yard Hump jobs are working in either direction in this photo, a common sight. Somebody has to turn those units around!
Today's 0700 E-Tower yard assignment is using a hump set. Lots of power!
EJE SW1001 446 was saved from the scrapper in Illinois and is now used to train new conductors at CN's "Claude Mongeau Training Facility" in Winnipeg's east end.
GTW SD40-3s 5942 and 5955 are undergoing extensive work at CN's Transcona shops. Here they are basking in the sun before heading back into darkness.
Class unit CN GP38-2 7500 awaits some attention from the Symington Yard shop staff.
CN GP9RM 7044 and GMD1u 1409 take a breather in between switching duties at Symington Yard.