"Crazy Twos" CN 2222 and IC 1036 were hauling train 786 into Winnipeg early this afternoon.
CN 2222 hustles out of Armstrong with empty oil cans. Note the fine snow removal by yours truly!
A view from the beaver pond, looking up at 451 approaching the south switch at Martins. Eight and a half hours later I would catch 2222 again, this time heading south on Railroad: Canadian National RailwayLocomotive: GE ES44DCLocation: Martins, Ontario, CanadaLocomotive #: CN 2222Train ID: CN 451Photo Date: March 15, 2014
A snowmobiler taking advantage of (hopefully) one of winter's last gasps pauses a little close to the tracks for the passage of CN 450 on Old Muskoka Road in Allensville. Just 8&1/2 hours earlier ... (more)
CN 2222 pulls a short 313 westward
CN ES44DC 2222 proceeds ahead at about .2mph loading a coal train at Teck Coal's Cardinal River loadout north of the small hamlet of Cadomin.
CN 112 departs Belleville for Montreal stretching out on track one
CN 112 heads eastbound on the Kingston Sub with 122 platforms
CN 2222 heads up Vancouver to Montreal train 112
CN M305 cruises west alongside an eastbound stack train at Yonge St, mile 20 on the York Sub. Fourth out in the consist is QGRY 2303, deadheading from Limoilou, Québec to Toronto MacMillan Yard, d... (more)
CN ES44DC 2222 and BCOL C44-9W 4646 slowly make their way into Jasper with over 20,000 tons of train.
Sometimes luck is on your side. CN 2222 grinds up hill to Jasper with M301's freight, while it's counterpart, M302 speeds off towards Edmonton.
An interesting power set leads M343 upgrade at Nopeming Junction.
CN ES44DC 2222 leads G825's grain loads out of Jasper. A mere 2 minutes later, this was the scene! http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=241060&nseq=1
398 with CN 2222 and CN 2238 sitting at Brantford