Haven't ever heard of 2 IC's as sole power on CN in Canada before. I had been talking about the possibility of it happening, about an hour before I got a message about 330 out of Sarnia bound for ... (more)
CN 331 flies through the quarry pits in Beachville, Ontario.
CN 2441, 2719 entering the wye as it exits the Stamford Sub. Port Robinson-Sarnia manifest.
A gorgeous Spring morning greets manifest frreight #331 as it rolls off the Stamford Sub at control point Clifton.
CN 2418 leads 331 through the double crossings.
CN 331 has a restricting signal into Hamilton Yard with 2646 on the point and 2129 trailing.
CN 331 has a restricting signal on the approach to Hamilton Yard with a set off and lift before departing to Sarnia.
BOO! CN 331 is passing over the Grand River at Paris.
CN 331 is passing over the Grand River at Paris.
CN 331 creeps up the cowpath with 2419 and 5408 as power. They will hold on the cowpath for VIA 73 to crossover at the base of the Dundas Subdivision and continue on the south track.
331 with BCOL 4616 - CN 2159 waits for a signal back to it's train as 393 overtakes them with CN 5713 - CN 2172
CN 331 rounds the curve at Mile 5.8 with a nice Canadian cab Dash-9 in the lead. Momentarily they'll be meeting VIA 76.
CN 331 works up the Niagara Escarpment at Dundas with a lengthy train, breaking the afternoon silence.
CN 2163 paired with another -8 variant speed past Garden Ave. on the approach to Brantford.
CN 2601 and 2128 approach the summit of their 10 mile climb making a bare 13 MPH amid a huge winter snowstorm.