CN 2516 roll east along the Thompson River near Basque where CN and CP join to operate directionally through the Thompson and Fraser Canyons. This area is an interesting study of texture, color an... (more)
Dorval Dash9 duo with a difference. CN 368 has a pair of Dash9's (CN 2516 & CN 2595) arranged elephant style as it speeds by VIA's Dorval Station. The lead unit is a Dash9-44CWL with its di... (more)
In addition to today's Class ! railroads and Amtrak, the Baltimore and Ohio CPL signals at Mexico at the east end of the Cumberland Terminal have seen a various degree... (more)
Westbound grain extra heads onto the single track at Broadview where this IC style signal and a GM&O position light still stand strong.
Quadriclops over a Quadrilocker A pair of Nordiques from the land of Canada make a rare appearance in the South as they lead the day’s NS 335 freight train through the 27th street crossi... (more)
CN 2516 climbs the grade up the Dundas Subdivision, with an interesting trio of power passing through the namesake town on a wonderful October afternoon. In just over 5 miles 435 will reach Copeto... (more)
Take your pick of a 4 window CN Canadian Wide Cab!
The Mikados are long since gone but the remains of the days of steam still exist. The coaling tower, and indoor roundhouse stand out proud in Hornepayne.
Waiting for a chance to get into the yard to set off a bad order 5 pack for the car shops. Today, CN Q106 has the 2516 & 5506 for 109 platforms of intermodal. Containers such as: CN, Fasttrax, Tra... (more)
CN 148 departs Rockingham Yard and is about enter the HOT-Rock connecting track for the 5 mile trip to its final destination of Halifax's Ocean Terminal Yard
An auto train heads toward Chicago, soon the CN will cross itself here, unless the STB says "no"... lets hope.
An odd consist rests on the west lead in Jasper waiting for a new crew. Behind the lead unit, CN 2516, are WC GP38-2s 2001 and 2004, which were both online!
CNR148 with 2516,5611 and stranger U.P. 3620 get a run for the hill approaching Evans on the Springhill sub.
CN 148 departs Rockingham Yard and enters the HOT-Rock connecting track for the 5 mile trip to its final destination of Halifax's Ocean Terminal Yard.
Having crossed Byron Hill, northbound Chicago to Fond du Lac manifest eases north toward its terminus.