The former Missabe at Proctor, MN is quite a location for interesting CN power. No. 2577 is a CN C44-9W built for CN in Oct. 1997. It's coupled to a former CNW Dash 8-40C. To the left the last DMI... (more)
CN 2577, CN 5733 & CN 3033 lead CN 149 out of the Port of Montreal. In not too long the train will stop at Turcot West to lift traffic set off by CN 121 the night before.
A Canadian National M420W leads a trio of dissimilarly-painted Central Vermont GP9’s north through St. Albans, Vermont. Over at the roundhouse, workers are tending to the turntable in the shadow o... (more)
Chicago Markham, IL - Montreal Taschereau, PQ stack train # 148 approaches London powered by a pair of Canadian National C44-9W's.
Boasting units from three railroads in four different paint schemes, a northbound Central Vermont train arrives in St. Albans, Vermont.
One of two models that started the wide-nosed movement, CN M420 2577 is combined with a trio of B&M and CV GP9's for a lashup that includes four unique paint schemes. 2577 is actually the trailing... (more)
CN Q119 blasts through Elie with Chicago, IL - Roberts Bank, BC stacks
CN C44-9W 2577 leads an M302 made up of mostly loaded autoracks east on CN's Albreda Sub.
451 approaches Mile 138 of the CN Newmarket Sub with a nice GTW 4927 GP38-2 for a bit of color variation. Only 6400 horses today, but this relatively long train was still moving at a pretty good c... (more)
CN 393 throttles up around the first curve of the Dundas Subdivision.
CN 199 approaching West Tower, and will cross the CP Carberry Sub (CN/CP mainlines across Canada cross here, and the area is home to about 50-60 trains a day)
CN 331 runs up the wye at Hamilton West with CN 2577 & IC 1000 for power.
CN 331-25 makes its way up the Cowpath at Bayview Junction.
The daily haul of import goods on 107 cruises past the North end of Dock Siding with a clearance all the way up the Directional Running Zone on the CP Parry Sound Sub. In the DRZ, CP and CN run 90... (more)
The head end of 394 clears CN Gord and rumbles under the Washington Street overpass. The end of the Ralston Foods siding can be seen in the foreground.