I always thought it was interesting that a Canadian road used American colors.
BCOL 4603 leads a sand train south into Crest Hill.
CN 402 With BCOL 4603 Lead on the CN Montmagny Subdivision.
BCOL 4603 rounds the S-Curve, which is barely visible with the falling snow, as they approach Nauwigewauk, New Brunswick.
With some snow showers coming down, a dirty BCOL unit rounds the bend at Rothesay, approaching Saint John, New Brunswick. A nice consist, with a pair of cowls leading the charge.
With a nice lashup, BCOL 4603 leads westbound train 406 at Passekeag, New Brunswick. CN 2031 and CN 2413 make up the rest of the consist.
BCOL 4603 leads the G806 grain train from the WSOR southbound on the J at Spaulding.
BCOL 4603 departs Homewood with M371, passing the former Hines lumber switch south of town.
BCOL C40-8M 4603 leads a great consist south through Monee on M371.
Emerging out from under IH55, a southbound grain train from WSOR rolls through Plainfield on the former EJ&E. It will have gotten on the IC at Matteson to continue the trip to the gulf coast.
BCOL 4603 leads a grain train from the WSOR past JB Tower in West Chicago.
BCOL C40-8M 4603 holds at Stunkel Road with CN M399.
BCOL 4603 is in need of a bath as it leads M399 south through Monee in nice evening light.
CN 451 winds into the south end of Huntsville Yard with a solo BCOL cowl unit for power, on a crisp February morning.
BCOL C40-8M 4603 and CN SD75I 5754 are about to enter the Brule tunnel with 192 intermodal platforms in tow.