Today's 0700 E-Tower yard assignment is using a hump set. Lots of power!
A hump set idles in Symington Yard waiting for a crew to come on duty. Note DMIR SD40T-3 403 in the consist, the last TunnelMotor in DMIR paint. It appears to be in Winnipeg to stay.
With automobiles as far as the eye can see, the afternoon rack job pulls a string of loaded auto racks out of the Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics compound. WWL is one of the largest auto compounds ... (more)
Light yard power comes through the crossovers heading for the "coffee" shack.
Shoving grain empties in Port Arthur yard.
Switching Thunder Bay Packing on the only portion of the abandoned CN Kinghorn Sub that still see's some service.
Heading in to switch out grain cars. CP yard power in the background performing the same task.
This is the builders plate for a GP9 Slug, #238, rebuilt from CN 4578. Look closely and you can see the stamped date and specifications. Ideal photo for the rebuilder enthusiast
The B&P's BT-1 crew out of Butler crosses the wooden trestle in Chicora with a leased slug set leading the 1508.