CN 305 has a Dash 9 on the point, coming off the Saint-Hyacinthe sub and through Pointe-Saint-Charles yard, just after crossin the Saint-Lawrence on the Victoria bridge, visible in the far backgro... (more)
Fog has settled over the Twin Ports region on the morning of June 13, 2016 as a railroader walks back to the Canadian National locomotive facility at Proctor, Minnesota, passing a line up of power... (more)
CN S711 rounds the corner at Thompson mile 84.9 CN Ashcroft sub. BCOL 4609 being the second motor in the consist is in fact the last cowl bodied locomotive still running on the CN system.
CN 2594 and the last active C40-8M, BCOL 4609 lead a loaded sulphur train through the burnt town of Lytton.
CN 2594 and the last active C40-8M, BCOL 4609 lead a loaded sulphur train through the Thompson canyon.
Cn 2494 works east with a grain train in tow, Cant pass up foreign power on the Bnsf Marceline Sub.
Canadian National Train #571 lifts its tonnage of empty freight cars up Pavilion Mountain. The train is on a 2.2% ascending grade. The terrain the ex BC Rail crosses in the first 300 miles from N... (more)
Train 571 is Northbound curling thru the ten degree curves that mark the start of the 2%+ grade of Kelly Lake Hill. This section of the ex. BC Rail is also referred to as the Pavillion Mountain G... (more)
As part of the massive double tracking project up Steelton Hill in Duluth, CN is building new bridge over 108th Ave West. The old bridge and track alignment can be seen in the background.
A helper set glides down Steelton Hill in western Duluth and passes by new bridge construction for double track. The track and narrow bridge the units are on will be replaced by two new bridges, t... (more)
CN 394 with 2594, 5769 and 9677 lead 112 cars through Hamilton West with fall colours in full force.
CN 2594 eases into the siding at Ruel with 97 cars to meet a 114.
CN A435 works Aldershot.
After finishing their work in Aldershot, the crew of 435 throttles up and proceeds west towards a final destination of London, ON.
CN 2594 and 2146 provide the power for today's CN 435. Pictured here, it has just finished its work at Aldershot, and is about to attempt the 1% grade of the Dundas Sub.