CN had this GP9-slug-GP9 lash up working as yard power for a short time.
The CN and I have a love/hate relationship. Today was one of the better days...
While heavy weather moves to the south of the Twin Ports, soft early evening sun illuminates Proctor Yard.
Back in the Missabe days, the T-Bird's were the worst train you could get during the summer, due to the lack of air conditioning and time spent just sitting, or moving under 3 mph. I have to imagi... (more)
A slug set used for sorting frieght cars at Proctor Yard sits in a small sucker hole of sun while under the rusting Missabe Safety First herald. CN has spent millions of dollars to move, add, cha... (more)
Twin GP9Rm units on the Virginia Local cross the Steelton Bridge in far western Duluth.
It is nice to see a CN GP9Rm slug set work the former IC yard in the south Chicago suburb of Homewood on a beautiful fall evening.
A conductor hangs on to this ancient GP9 as it moves out to the yard lead in a two engine/slug combo.
A CN slug set moves back toward the yard while the 6105 puts it's train away after arriving at Markham Yard.
A GP9RM/Slug set pulls a good sized 80 car cut out of Markhem for head room before shoving back onto an adjacent track.
At the CN/IC Woodcrest shop area.