Two brand-new Canadian National GE C44-9Ws power an eastbound coal train that has just departed Jasper at English, Alberta, on September 19, 2002.
Like a model railroad: Giant rocks and a mixed freighttrain near Lytton
Giant rocks and a mixed freighttrain near Lytton
The signal at MP 246.7 displays "Approach" under a great night sky
A shot just in the right second: Mixed freighttrain near Lytton. The same train a few seconds later you see on #408799
Giant rocks, short tunnels and a small mixed freighttrain near Lytton. The same train a few seconds earlier you see on #409402
Giant rocks and a small train near Lytton
Edmonton-Coquitlam train M309 speeds through McLure, BC.
The local out of Ishpeming rolls up to Partridge yard to drop off cars for the LS&I and the local out of Gladstone before heading back to Ishpeming.
The race is on! As U-Tac loads entered the straightaway, the Proctor Transfer came out of Proctor Junction. The cabs were lined up and the crews were having a conversation as both trains rolled to... (more)
Doing so at limited speed, M304 crosses down to the south track at Yellowhead. The lead unit was rocking quite intensely!
98 cars of mostly lumber are lead east by a pair of Dash 9's at Geikie.
CN M304 arrives in Jasper for a crew change.
CN M304 is now on the Edson Sub, just east of English.
CN 2644 and CN 2512 cross M304's train down to the south track of the Albreda Sub at Yellowhead.