Canadian National train No. 101 follows the rugged shoreline of the Thompson River west of Seddall, British Columbia, on September 26, 2015.
A (not so nice!) surprise leads the L513 Hinton-Jasper turn today. The SD40-2W 5335 should've been leading today as it trailed CN SD40u 6010 back to Hinton yesterday, however the 6010 was missing ... (more)
CN ES44DC 2319 leads a loaded Potash train past Yellowhead Lake, while Mount Fitzwilliam provides the backdrop.
CN C772's power idles away cut off from its train, before heading down to McKellar Island with 102 coal loads
CN's M316 passes M302 at the east end of Exira.
CN ES44DC 2319 departs Galloway with a unit train of 105 coke empties from Prince Rupert.
CN 2319 splits the switch at Moffat East.
The almost daily Extra 310 climbs through Hinton.
CN 324 running over Montreal sub,in direction of Albany
Westbound Q111 passes under the old wooden overpass at Moffat.
The pride of the fleet, CN Q111 makes its way towards Vancouver, BC hugging the shore of Long Lake
CN ES44DC 2319 shoves train Q106 out of Jasper.
After clearing the PSO at English, CN 2319 notches up, shoving train Q106 east towards Henry House.
A very recent addition to CN's locomotive roster glides through Wynd with a Montreal bound stack train in tow.
Brand new CN ES44DC 2319 gets train Q106 up to speed again after a quick crew change in Jasper.