Looking south toward the Adirondack Mountains CP/NS train 931 has a solid CN consist at CPC 131 at Wadhams, NY on a perfect late June morning.
In darkening afternoon skies, CN 2225 leads westbound train '406', as they approach Hampton, New Brunswick.
Canadian National train No. 106 passes through Brule, Alberta, at Swan Landing on the afternoon of July 20, 2011. GE ES44DC No. 2225 and EMD SD70M-2 No. 8908 lead the eastbound train along Brule L... (more)
CN 2225 lead CN 402.
In the wilderness between Penequani and Redmond, passing Kinghorn Rd. I had surfaced the track here the day prior.
Southbound Q116 rolls across the Cloquet River along the former DM&IR.
The engineer aboard CN 2225 is making a double while they make an intermodal pickup from Moterm in Ferndale.
Q111 crosses the frozen prairie west of Winnipeg.
A westbound grain in the rolling hills of western Saskatchewan has just cleared Neola siding and next is Biggar where a crew change will take place.
Surrounded by the vast wilderness of the big city wildlife park, a colourful consist roars uphill on Canadian National's York Subdivision with train 305 bound for Toronto.
Big power reverses into the yard for their empty coal train. The big power is needed for the big grades on the Tumbler Sub when the train returns loaded.
CN 2222, BCOL 4617, CN 2240 and CN 2225 back onto 100 empties to take to Tumbler Ridge, BC. The grades on the Tumbler Sub require this train to have DPU on the return trip when loaded.
CN 2225 and 2238 wait for a SAR bound coal train to test out their DPU features.
CN 2225 and 2238 sit dead in the Auxilliary track. I think they may be testing out the DPU features with these two units in the near future.