Canadian National train No. 412 crosses Prairie Creek Bridge into Hinton, Alberta, on July 18, 2013. The eastbound train is heavy with lumber loads and is led by GE ES44DC No. 2248.
Canadian National GE C40-8M “cowl” No. 2445 leads CN train No. 412 across Prairie Creek Trestle a Hinton, Alberta, on the morning of July 14, 2013.
CN Dash 8-40CM 2422 and ex-NAR SD38-2 1653 lead CN 412 past CN 411 at Chipman.
Dash 8-40CM 2422 and former NAR SD38-2 1653 head east on the Vegreville Sub with CN 412.
CN Dash 8-40CM 2422 approaches Range Road 184 as it leads CN 412 east on the Vegreville Sub.
Eastbound Canadian National train No. 412 approaches Hinton, Alberta, as it crosses Prairie Creek Bridge on the morning of July 16, 2013.
Canadian National General Electric C40-8M No. 2400, recently repainted, leads train No. 412 through Pedley, Alberta, on July 20, 2011. The unique look of the custom-designed C40-8M includes a four... (more)
By 2007 I was no longer shooting many slides in my home area as most trains ran under cover of darkness or against the sun. On rare occasions CN 412 would fall well off schedule and if by some mir... (more)
A somewhat freshly-painted General Electric C40-8M, Canadian National No. 2400, leads eastbound freight No. 412 at Pedley, Alberta, on July 20, 2011.
Eastbound Canadian National train No. 412 passes through Hargwen, Alberta, on the morning of July 20, 2011. Leading the train is a fairly recently repainted General Electric C40-8M No. 2400.
On July 20, 2011, CN 2400 leads eastbound freight No. 412 at Pedley, Alberta. On the point is General Electric C40-8M No. 2400, repainted in CN’s latest color scheme.
Eastbound in the Thompson River valley.
A late running CN 412 works west past Caffey with IC 6106, CN 9590 and CN 6901 leading a long train. At the time I can remember thinking "another SD40", for someone who grew up with them it seems ... (more)
IC 2464, WC 3012, CN 9591 roll train 412 through Caffey on a early spring afternoon. Some of the ex LMS leasers that were shared with CR still roam CN in tattered CR blue.
Eastbound CN mixed freight 412 exits a tunnel along Kamloops lake just west of Kamloops. The cut was created when CN double tracked in the mid eighties