An interesting consist on this Canadian National mixed freight along the Thompson River opposite of Rattlesnake Hill, east of Ashcroft, with SD70I # 5620, SD40-2(W) # 5350, GP9RM # 7053 and GMD1u ... (more)
A long eastbound manifest of Canadian National is rolling along the Thompson river in British Columbia on the CP line, with SD70I # 5622 and SD70M-2 # 8014. On the other bank of the river is the s... (more)
CN SD70I 5605 and SD60 5474 lead X443's 110 empty auto racks over the North Saskatchewan River on the northeast side of Edmonton.
SD70I 5607 and SD70M-2 8878 lead Scotford to Winnipeg train 314 towards North Cooking Lake.
CN SD70I 5605 and SD60 5474 lead 10309' of empty autoracks around the corner at Bretville Junction, over the North Saskatchewan River approaching Bailey where they will take the north track into W... (more)
Grand Trunk in Rochester? A pair of CN owned locomotives, including a Grand Trunk GP, are sitting in CSX's Goodman Street Yard in Rochester, NY. These units are destined for American Motive Power ... (more)
EMD's CN 5608 & CN 5707 lead CN 310 over the partially drained Lachine Canal in Montreal.
CP 930 with all CN power a few miles south of the border begins the US portion of its trip south.
Rabbit’s eye view of an unmanned eastbound CSX unit coal train sitting on the NS main they share.
A nice matched pair of EMDs head west along the shores of the Athabasca River with CN's class SD70I leading the way.
A nice matched pair of EMDs climb through the snow at Medicine Lodge with CN's class SD70I leading the way.
CN 5622 and an ACe mate up to pick up a sand train at Saunders, WI from the BNSF. This appeared to be an empty and was heading down the interchange track to head east/south towards Ladysmith, WI.
CN SD70I 5612 leads L521 north out of the siding at Turner in Crest Hill.
CN SD70I 5623 and very clean SD60 5475 pull into track YB08 at Swan Landing to make a pickup.
CN X321 has CN 5621 & CN 2646 for power and overflow traffic from Southwark Yard in St-Lambert as it slowly heads west through Lachine not too long after the sun came out after a quick downpour.