On July 22, 2011, a westbound Canadian National grain train crawls along the Thompson River east of Lasha, British Columbia. This view is from Skihist Provincial Park just east of Lytton, British ... (more)
A stack train crosses over at Robin, running around another westbound in the hole.
A westbound Canadian National grain train crosses the Thompson River at Lytton, British Columbia, on the afternoon of July 22, 2011, led by new CN EMD SD70M-2 No. 8962.
Prince George-Winnipeg train M304 creeps down to the east end of the siding at Evansburg behind CN SD70M-2 8962, NS C40-9 8830 and another CN SD70M-2 8809.
Foreign power is quite rare on the Edson Sub, however, here we see CN 8962, NS 8830 and CN 8809 at track speed at the east end of Leaman.
From Prince Rupert, BC, CN 186 (intermodal train) pass to north track, from south track at Dorval. The final destination is Montreal, Qc.
While an eastbound Canadian National stack train rumbles through the trees on Canadian Pacific’s main line on the other side of the Thompson River, a westbound CN unit grain train curves along the... (more)
A westbound Canadian National unit grain train curves along the unstable cliffs lining the Thompson River east of Lasha, British Columbia. This view is from Skihist Provincial Park just east of Ly... (more)
CN 8962 approaches Diamond on a pleasant winter afternoon.
A westbound Canadian National unit grain train snakes along the Thompson River east of Lasha, British Columbia. This view is from Skihist Provincial Park just east of Lytton, British Columbia.
CN 8962 & 2588 lead a Halton Sub bound train out of Mac Yard.
A short Chicago to Prince Rupert stack passes through Elie ; or simply as the crew like to say... "CN 199 Rivers Sub, clear signal to West Elie South Track Out"
M338 and M337 is meeting at Beth siding tonight and swapping crews. When M337 is late enough then usually these 2 trains will meet and swaps crews so the Waterloo and Dubuque crews end up back at ... (more)
CN X114 heads South from St Cloud towards Waterfalls
Crossing over the St. Croix River.