CN X317 cruises past the Armstrong Airport
CN X317 charges out of Armstrong with extra Toronto to Winnipeg freight
CN 2614 & GECX 7349 lead a 136-car CN 369 around a curve at about MP 35 of CN's Kingston Sub. They had just met counterpart CN 368 a few miles east of here.
CN 2614 & GECX 7349 lead a 136-car CN 369 over the Ottawa River. Up front are two cars loaded with aluminum ingots, a common sight on this train.
CN C44-9W 2614 + CN SD40-2W 5242 hustle the Thunder Bay, ON - Winnipeg Symington, MB freight into Winnipeg
CN 318 pulls through a WILD (Wheel Impact Load Detector) and soon to pass through a hot box detector on its trek South to Toronto. With no defects from either, the train will continue on.
CN 318 departs Capreol after performing some work and changing crews.
BCOL 4643 is sandwiched between a pair of CN Dash 9-44CWs, 2614 and 2645, on train 382.
CN M302 pulls into Hornepayne for a change off and to overtake Q106
393 is accelerating up the grade out of Brantford after setting off 6 cars and lifting 11. Power consists of CN 2614 - CN 5738 who were working pretty hard to lift 167 cars up the grade to Hardy.
The Keenan Switch plows a path back to the yard having died at Wilpen the previous day before the new fresh snow.
The Keenan Switch clears a path back to the yard having died the previous day before the storm.
The rested crew is now aboard CN 490, and is preparing to depart from the yard at Pontiac.
CN 2614 and 2513 are on Train 490 as they back their setout into Pontiac Yard.
CN 436 passes through the small hamlet of Kakabeka Falls.