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
Big Hole! A nice selection of CN EMDs run elephant style down the main at Duplainville, when suddenly, pop! Emergency stop. The long train blocked two small roads and one major county highway.
Nice to see CN power for a change compared to the standard NS black Dash-9's that can usually be found on this train.
CN M313 is westbound at Arms, alongside Cass Lake
A pair of SD75's head west, closing in on the East Joliet Yard.
CN 5610 leads CN M370 by Georgetown with a rare lashup, BCOL 4650, and QGRY 3334.
CN Rail SD70I #5615 with GP38-2W #4773.
A416's train cruises through Barriere, BC in some fantastic light.
CN SD70I 5616 and CN C40-8W 2139 get A416's train up to speed after departing the yard in Kamloops, BC.
A416's train hammers the west switch at Barriere, BC in the last sunlight of the day.
Strange sharp light with half the sun behind the moon!!!