With mismatching number boards, BCOL 4620 hustles a small train 406, by the old train station in Rothesay, New Brunswick. It's a requirement for me to get out and shoot as many of these cowls as p... (more)
BCOL 4620 leads Q117 northbound through a marshland near Theresa WI.
BCOL 4620 leads Q117 northbound past a rural scene near Richfield WI.
BCOL 4620 leads Q117 north on CN's Waukesha Sub, at HWY B in Byron, WI.
Having long outlived her intended purpose, a 1930s-era coaling tower stands guard over Canadian National's Hunstville Subdivision as North bay-bound train no. 451 cuts through the morning mist in ... (more)
Toronto to North Bay train no. 451 hustles along CN’s scenic Newmarket Subdivision at Scotia, ON.
Edmonton, AB - Prince George, BC train M303 heads west on CN's Edson Sub and is about to knock down the signal at Henry House. BCOL 4620 and CN 8862 provide the power.
Prince George bound train M303 coasts along the frozen shore of Jasper Lake preparing to slow down for a 10mph restriction ahead at Mile 224. BCOL C40-8M 4620 has the honours today.
With a grubby BCOL Dash 8 on the point, Chicago bound Q192 speeds eastward across the Edson Sub.
Plenty of horsepower for this mixed freight manifest as it glides down Byron Hill to Shops Yard past the horse pastures just south of Fond du Lac.
CN has been quite bland with power in Niagara lately, with mostly modern schemed CN units. However, someone in Sarnia decided a pair of GE cowls in original paint were a good match to go out on CN... (more)
CN 329 with BCOL 4620 and NS 6905 leading enters Bayview Junction amid some fall colours along the Niagara Escarpment.
Spring? What spring?! During a snowstorm, BCOL 4620 and CN 5543 were switching CN 149, but there must have been problems with the engines as the power would depart westwards light, t... (more)
Northbound V-P(Vancouver-PrinceGeorge) rounds the point at the upper end of the Pavilion loop as it makes the 30 mile 2percent plus climb out of the Fraser canyon at Lillooet.
SQPG at Exeter, in the siding for a meet with the JOSQ