After having problems with the lead unit, the Proctor road switch job makes a run up Proctor Hill in notch 8 with limestone loads in tow.
A pair of grey ghosts lead this loaded limestone train up Proctor Hill at a snail's pace as the leader experiences some problems.
A pair of GTW grey SD40-2s lead Keenan Roadswitch home after working customers on the Iron Range Sub.
On a cold but clear winter afternoon, GTW 5954 and crew roar north towards U.S. Steel Minntac with the limestone train.
A colorful consist rolls a Proctor to Pokegma transfer south.
Empty 56 car limestone train heads back to Proctor with a quad set of SD40-3's for power. Of note: CN has been installing new "Vader" type hooded signals along the Minntac Sub. and while not oper... (more)
This former DM&IR engine facility at Proctor hosts an all-EMD gathering of units just like old times, although the variety is quite different from Missabe days. At least DM&IR 403 and the faded lo... (more)
KC and the GT
What an amazing pair of units to catch in 2012. Two SD40's idle away the afternoon on O480, a work deadhead to Macmillan Yard, as they wait for northbounds CP 423... (more)
After dumping rail between Edmonton and Spruce Grove, an empty CWR train reverses towards Walker Yard.
CN O480 lead by a pair of GTW's (5954 & 5936) lean into the curve at Quaker.
O480 sits in the siding waiting on the two north bound trains to clear on of them being CP423 and the other being CN M301 so they can continue they’re trip south to Mac yard.
CN O480 carrying CWR brought up by a really classy consist of GTW 5954 and 5936. GTW 5936 is the last of its kind being the only SD40-2 left on GTW's roster sporting the blue & red paint.
M337 drags through the hogbacks west of Jesup as the crew nears their destination of Waterloo only 11 miles away.
northbound with NS 3284 ( EMD SD40-2 ) , GT 5933 ( EMD SD40-2 ) At Julia St.
A real keeper as far as lashups are concerned!