CN 305 is parked at Turcot Ouest this past weekend with CN 2221 up front; it had a different unit (CN 3161) when I shot it there two weekends before.
NS power is featured on this northbound at Breitag Road on CN's Waukesha sub.
With frost still visible on the ground, CN 2221 approaches the Highway 175 crossing on a cool October morning.
CN 2221 (ES44DC), CN 2196 (C40-8W) and CN 5626 (SD75I) are on the point of this train that is a 50/50 split between mixed carload and coal traffic as they head north towards CN's Taschereau Yard i... (more)
CN 401 comming out across the bridge
In the early afternoon Q621 heads west through C.P. 175 on it's way west with quite large five engine lash-up, with a CN in the middle.
Second day in a row a CN duo lead the Q620. This time I grabbed a shot of Sunday's Q620 at French's Hollow with CN 2221 leading.
Five big units, none the same model, haul a monster stacker north just after sunrise as EJ&E 660 waits for the L504 crew to arrive and start the days work switching in and around Waukesha.
CN Q19251 26 from Prince Rupert to Montréal speeds under the famed bridge at track speed.
Of interest, here is this same angle 21 years ago from a shot by John Reay of Railroad: Canadian National RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44DCLocation: Lovekin, Ontario, CanadaLocomotive #: CN 2221Train ID: CN Q19251 26Photo Date: October 30, 2011
The crew on CN 2221 are only minutes into their journey from Edmonton to Jasper aboard train M301. They did, however, have to spend about 2 hours putting this monster together in Walker Yard.
CN 2221 and IC 1003 lead G889 west.
CN 2221 leads 151 grain loads west at Devona.
CN 2221 and IC 1003 lead 154 grain loads west. CN 2226 is 104 cars back operating in DP remote mode.
CN 2221's dynamic brakes are being put to use to bring M342's train to a stop in Jasper for a crew change.