Blocked for a bit, we sit on the west side of the runaround awaiting 372's departure out of Mac Yard. Taken on CN property by a CN employee.
CN 8962 & 2588 lead a Halton Sub bound train out of Mac Yard.
Mother-daughter slug set 7248/232 pulls a string of cars out of the classification tracks at Canada's largest classification yard.
Human aspect of railroading, normally not everyone gets a view from the ivory tower but as you can see from the cost and job cutting, the dual hump yardmaster is the only position with the full re... (more)
Waiting on the shop tracks back when stripes ruled the railroad. Last of the SD40's with the brake cylinders between the wheels instead of above where they all are now.
Glistening in the evening light, CN 9618 sits on the shop track at CN's MacMillan Yard complex. As each year goes by, the once numerous GP40-2W fleet shrinks a little bit. Catching pairs of them i... (more)
A GP9 - F9B combo sits outside CN's MacMillan Yard diesel shop.
Much like some of its employees, part of CN's fleet of locomotives was "laid off" due to the economic downturn. One of the nicer 7500 series hump units sits in storage amid road power at MacMillan... (more)
CNR M636 2314 sits outside the Mac Yard diesel shop with a pair of GE C40-8Ws.
Three different styles of CN widecabs are lined up at Mac Yard.
A cab shot at the end of the day of my leader for both train trips, the CN 8811.
GATX 3702 was leased to St. Lawrence & Atlantic and was turned over to CN every couple of months to pay back horsepower hours owed to CN.
Eastbound departing MacMillan Yard and entering the York Subdivision.
Sporting fresh paint, CN MLW M636 2323 waits for it's next assignment. My information shows that this was the last CN M636 to get a new coat of paint.
BCR 705 is enroute to General Electric as trade-in material