CEFX AC4400CW 1029 leads a solo potash train pulling an impressive 160 potash cars without any helpers.
Frac sand load now on the BNSF with a KCS crew will tie it down. Then a BNSF crew will deliver it to the FWWR at Tower 60 a few hours later.
Photograph taken by my son, Jason
The CP ethanol train with FPON in the form of CSX AC4400CW 500 dubbed "Spirit of Grafton" passes Bartlett Ave., mile 4.62 of the CP North Toronto Subdivision.
CEFX 1029 with train #497 pauses alongside #199, led by CP 9617 (note the homemade numberboard on 9617). In a few minutes eastbound traffic would clear, and #199 would be on its way, with #497 fo... (more)
Surrounded by the last of the fall leaves & a light dusting of snow, CEFX 1029 twists around endless rock cuts & curves as it winds up the 3 mile Neys Hill; the ruling grade on the Heron Bay Sub.
With its work in Milwaukee complete. A westbound manifest says goodbye to Milwaukee and continues its journey west.
298's train is slowing on main one approaching single track and a red light at Watertown. The DS has Amtrak 8 overtaking him, and moments later the Empire Builder blasted past on main two at 79mp... (more)
Rolling on a river... a CEFX leaser bring metalurgical coal empties back from the steel mills of Chicago for another load of Alberta coal from the Crowsnest Pass region.
Bensenville bound manifest rolls under the CPLs in Hammond.
Westbound about to enter the Buda tunnel.
As CP 230 heads into Montreal with CEFX 1029, CP 221 heads out with three AC4400's.
Rounding the back end of this 15,000 ton CP 300 grain train is CEFX1029 which is now in Notch 8 and pushing hard.
My sharpest shot yet! You can see the engine number written backwards in the conductors window. A perfect afternoon for trains
CP #120-CEFX 1029, 9519, intermodal, mixed-356 axles @ 18:25