After a quick crew change in Edson, a fresh Jasper crew on board CN SD70I 5605 heads home with a Powder River Basin loaded coal train destined for the Port of Prince Rupert, BC.
As train #502 backs into Durand yard, a Westbound passes him on main #1
A pair of SD70's hustle imported boxes for Cosco/Hanjin/K Line/Yang Ming from Prince Rupert, BC to Toronto, ON
Work 903 backs up the mainline Caboose forward to pick up the endless rock that falls from the mountain, while a novice fisherwoman tends to her now tangled line.... One of my favorite things to d... (more)
Extra revenue from the Greater Vancouver Area crosses up to the north track of the Albreda Sub at Wynd, with only 2.5 miles to go before a crew change in Jasper.
CN Q148 from Markham, Illinois cruises into Burlington bound for Brampton Intermodal Terminal, and eventually Montréal Wharf.
M310 climbs towards Hargwen on a double track portion of CN's Edson Sub.
As autumn starts to show up, a southbound stack train rumbles into Rugby Jct.
A southbound stacker rolls under the ex-Milwaukee "Bugline" bridge. The old roadbed is now a trail for pedestrian traffic.
CN 421 slips through Hamilton with three units and a D6 transformer load up front.
Canadian National intermodal train No. 105 heads west at Windy Point, which is near Snaring, Alberta, on July 19, 2011. This scenic location is along Jasper Lake in Jasper National Park.
Last light of the day for full sun lit.
CN 347 approaching Ituna
One of the only types of North America, a daily centerbeam empty departs Melville with a small block of manifest and 120 empty centerbeams!
CN 5612, CN 2438, CN 5526 lug 149 platforms for hotshot 115 enroute to Calgary, Alberta