CN C44-9W 2611, CN SD40-2W 5247 and C40-8M 2400 westbound on the Boucanee River Trestle at St-Eleuthere, Quebec.
An eastbound mixed freight races around the curve through the station. It was heading into the bright rising sun making it difficult for the engineer to see the signal.
After the first snowfall of the 2014/2015 season, CN 2611 heads through Petitcodiac, New Brunswick, with a loaded oil train, back with the BNSF/UP/NS power came right through on these trains.
Back in the day of the oil boom, CN 2611 leads a loaded crude oil train along the Sussex Sub, with some nice foreign power trailing. I miss the days of the oil trains with foreign power. Hell, eve... (more)
There’s a storm brewing! CN 2611 and BCOL 4607 fly westbound along the Thompson River with the town of Ashcroft on the opposite side, while a storm closely follows behind. I waited for nearly an h... (more)
CN Q112 chugs past an eastbound stacker at Snider.
At Snider, CN Q11251 25 is west on YORK 3 while Q14891 28 is eastbound on the York-Halton bypass track.
CN 331 has a restricting signal on the approach to Hamilton Yard with a set off and lift before departing to Sarnia.
A neighbor from the north leads NS 168 west from Georgetown.
385 blasts down the Halton Sub on a sunny New Year's Day.
There would be some nice angles from that footbridge I bet. Alas, it's all locked up. OM3 50mm Fuji Velvia 100
CN 385 with 13,000 horsepower and over two miles of train passes through Snake, having waited a few minutes for VIA 73 to clear ahead of it.
On the first day of 2009 we find CN 385 screaming down the Halton Sub with a GE, an SD75I, an SD70M-2 and about 2 & 1/2 miles of train at #1 Sideroad in Burlington. We tried to catch him at Mile 3... (more)
N/B CN #411