CN 3115 leads a hot shot stack train west passing the currently being built Ashcroft terminal tracks, approaching Ashcroft.
With the rain only minutes away and the sun light fading, 3115 in its striking BC Rail heritage livery rounds the bend at picturesque McKechnie Lake in the heart of Muskoka, in charge of a hefty s... (more)
IC heritage 3008 rumbles over the Seguin River and the frozen Parry Sound harbour in charge of 101’s train on a gorgeous winter day. This location is a few miles north of Reynolds where CN northbo... (more)
CN 3069 sits under a clear night, after bringing CN 101 into Delta Port.
101’s train dashes through the snow breaking the silence at Sparrow Lake with a fresh accumulation concealing the rock cuts and dusting the surrounding hardwood forest.
CN ES44AC 2827 leads Roberts Bank bound CN 101 through Chilliwack.
Canadian National intermodal train No. 101 departs out of the siding at Ashcroft, British Columbia, on a hot July 15, 2014. Powering the westbound is a pair of EMD SD70M-2 locomotives, Nos. 8918 a... (more)
Westbound stack train CN 101 crossing the Thompson River at MP 59.5 CN Ashcroft Sub Basque, BC Canada. Smoke below the clouds from wildfires to the Northeast darken the sky.
Canadian National train No. 101 exits Tunnel 54.8 and crosses the Thompson river in scenic Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on September 24, 2015.
Canadian National intermodal train Nos. 101 and 102 meet at Ashcroft, British Columbia, on a hot July 15, 2014. No. 101 is led by EMD SD70M-2 No. 8918 and is in the siding with the crew on the gro... (more)
Hotshot intermodal train 101 hastens west on a beautiful, warm winter day in Winnipeg.
Crossing over at CN Diamond. CN 2938 brings up the rear of CN 101 as it crosses from the north to south track at CN Diamond. Further ahead at right the train can be seen curving as it heads... (more)
Through downtown Winnipeg. CN 2915 leads CN 101 through downtown Winnipeg. CN 2939 is mid-train and new ET44AC CN 3079 is on the tail end of this long (14,147 feet) intermodal train.
CN SD70M-2 8864 passes the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum & Heritage Centre in Capreol.
Canadian National train No. 101 follows the rugged shoreline of the Thompson River west of Seddall, British Columbia, on September 26, 2015.