CN train 436 approaching Thunder Bay.
CN train 436 approaches Thunder Bay, Ontario on Friday the 13th through the first snow of this winter.
Cn train 436 crossing the CP Nipigon Subdivision in Thunder Bay.
CN 436 approaches the end of the Kashabowie Sub amidst a heavy snowfall, with 8938 and 5523 as power.
CN 2618+ Shinny and new CN 8937 provide the power for CN 436 as it makes it way across town to Port Authur.
The sun has just come up over the horizon to illuminate CN 8859 solo bringing CN 436 into the Lakehead. Click Here to find out how you ca... (more)
The as required CN 436 usually runs under the cover of darkness but on occasion like today it arrives Thunder Bay just as the sun comes up over the horizon. Here in early morning sun CN 436 with ... (more)
A long way from home and a rare sight in these neck of the woods, a pair of BCOL units: 4617-4613 run lite into Port Arthur after dropping its train at Neebing yard.
A classic railroading shot! The conductor of 436 stands on the point of the engine protecting the point of his movement while the engineer leans out to get a better view. As soon as the engine has... (more)
On this beautiful spring morning CN 436 glides along CN's Kashabowie Subdivision through Kakabeka Falls and over the glass like Kam River.
CN 436 with CN 5600 in the lead passes under highway 11/17.
Rolling over glass. CN 436 gets a near perfect reflection in the Kaministiquia River.
CN 436 rolls out from underneath the Hwy 11/17 overpass and down grade west of Thunder Bay with 87 cars.
Local railfan Tim Gobeil gets his shot of CN 436 pulling into Thunder Bay.
CN 436 passes through the small hamlet of Kakabeka Falls.