With morning clouds still obscuring the scenic Brule Range, a Canadian National potash empty heads eastbound leaving Swan Landing, Alberta, on August 7, 2016.
CP 8856 trails on train A406, as they rumble by Passekeag, New Brunswick. This is the first time I've seen CP power running on the Sussex Sub.
CP 8856 trails on train A406, as they rumble by Apohaqui, New Brunswick. This is the first time I've seen CP power running on the Sussex Sub.
A Canadian National potash empty curves through Solomon, Alberta, on August 7, 2016. CN EMD SD70M-2 No. 8808 leads the eastbound that has recently exited Jasper National Park on CN’s Edson Subdiv... (more)
Through the fog, eastbound stack train Q120 heads heads up over the hill, and down into Debert, Nova Scotia.
CN 8808 leads stack train Q120, through the fog that has been lingering around all morning, as they approach Debert, Nova Scotia.
Perhaps one of the most beautiful places on Earth, Brule Lake just east of Jasper National Park. A CN eastbound manifest makes a nice reflection in late afternoon light with calm waters as it pass... (more)
An eastbound Canadian National potash empty rumbles through Solomon, Alberta, on August 7, 2016. The Brule Range is finally making a showing through low morning clouds at this location on CN’s Eds... (more)
A Canadian National potash train curves along the shore of the Fraser River as it travels west on CN's Ashcroft Sub near the famous Cisco Bridges.
Despite being dubbed 'Chemical Valley', Sarnia does have the potential to produce some pretty decent scenes, such as this one here. On a misty summer's morning on the outskirts of town, CN train #... (more)
Unibrow 8808 east chugs along with a siding length 114.
CN 705 passing some firemen. CN 705 (empty oil train for Alberta) is crossing the Richelieu River on a sunny but very cold morning. It has CN 8808, CN 2634 and CN 8940. At the head end are ... (more)
CN SD70M-2 8804 leads a stack train north through Duplainville.
A late running 435 charges through Georgetown.
Train 302 was the 5th of 6 eastbound trains in a row that came through Swan Landing late afternoon/early evening of July 7. This train was following VIA No. 2 the Canadian. It would be followed by... (more)