CN Q104 climbs away from the Rocky Mountains and into the Foothills east of Swan Landing.
A rare leader, IC 1003, leads A417 west on the Edson Sub.
CN 2102 and IC 1009 bring A417's train to a slow, preparing to take the siding at Swan Landing to interchange traffic with the Grande Cache Sub.
CP AC4400CW 9507 shoves on the rear of CP train 112-22, operating on CN's Edson Sub as detour train F30052 22.
3 CN ES44ACs lead 224 empty coal buckets east on the Edson Sub.
Prince Rupert to Coal Valley train C766 wraps around the shores of the Athabasca River, departing the siding at Swan Landing with over 12,000 feet (224 cars) of coal empties.
Prince George-Edmonton lumber train M348 speeds away from Swan Landing after meeting Q117.
CN 5775 speeds east along the shores of the Athabasca River with train A416.
Wrapping around the shores of the Athabasca River and leaving the Rocky Mountains behind, CN C40-8W 2188 leads an X310 east.
Brand new CN ES44AC 2815 leads a 175 car loaded coal train west along the shores of the Athabasca River.