Brand new CN ET44AC 3212 leads Prince Rupert-Memphis train Q196 through track 1 at Jasper heading east out onto the Edson Sub.
Paling in comparison, CN ES44ACs 3891 and 2854 depart the yard at Jasper with a loaded grain train.
Brand new CN ES44AC 3891 departs the north yard at Jasper with 192 grain loads for Vancouver in tow.
Q116's train pulls through the north yard at Jasper.
CREX ES44AC 1506 and CN ES44AC 2876 depart track #1 at Jasper with 205 potash loads for North Vancouver.
CN SD75I 5758 climbs into Jasper with train G889. Of note, IC SD70 1011 (dead) is the only one on the roster to be roaming CN's system at the moment.
An extra Jasper yard job backs through track #1 at Jasper. IC C40-8W 2455 has seen better days... but at least it's clean!
CN ES44DC 2316 and BCOL C40-8M 4620 pull a loaded crude oil train into the yard at Jasper.
Toronto-Prince Rupert detour (via Chicago) train X187 pulls into track #1 at Jasper for a crew change.
M309's train pulls through Track #1 at Jasper behind CN C40-8M 2422 and C44-9WL 2522.
M303's train departs the north yard at Jasper after a crew change with brand new CN ET44AC 3133 leading the way.
After changing crews, Q192's train pulls through the north yard at Jasper behind CN SD60 5415 and CN C40-8Ms 2446 and 2447.
IC SD70 1015 and CN SD60 5400 pull down to the west end of track #1 at Jasper for a crew change.
With a colourful lashup of power on the headend, A417's train pulls into Jasper for a crew change. CN C40-8M 2433, PRLX SD75M 200, GECX C40-8W 7344 and CN C40-8W 2176 provide the horsepower.
Running a tad late, VIA #1 pulls down track #1 in Jasper and up to the station. The time was 1647... he was due in around 1300 yesterday!