A few hours before a major winter storm batters the Squamish Sub, CN 2890 blasts through a rock cut south of Whistler with train 570 from Prince George.
Canadian National ES44AC 2969 leads train 570, the daily Prince George-Squamish southbound, through the Fraser River valley on the former BC Rail's Lillooet Sub.
Where two-tone green MLWs and self-propelled Budd cars used to roam, a pair of CN SD70M-2s lead daily Prince George-Squamish train 570 around Seton Lake on the former BC Rail's Squamish sub.
Just another day on the Wet Coast, a rather small 38 car train 570 rounds the curve at the 55.7 mile bridge deep in the Cheakamus Canyon 16 miles from its destination of Squamish, BC
CN's latest acquisitions hold back 60 buggies though the Cheakamus Canyon at the 55.7 Mile bridge. CN 2965 and CN 2967 would perform mid train duties.
Words can't describe the nature of this area, one can not take the full beauty in until they hike in and take it all in for themselves.... CN 570 snakes through the Majestic Cheakamus Canyon seen ... (more)
During a brief summer downpour a CN ES44AC leads 570 into the Cheakamus Canyon 17 miles from its terminus in Squamish, BC.... (DPU's were CN 2660 and CN2502)
Some classic power pulls 570 out of Oshawa with 6700' of freight for Toronto's Mac Yard.
CN 570 departs Macmillan yard with 2 GP9u's and a Widecab with a fair string of manifest for Oshawa. Canadian National's Macmillan yard is the largest yard of its kind in Canada!
A trio of zebras still earn their keep as 570 begins to climb the York Sub.
The Oshawa-Mac transfer begins to pull out of Oshawa in some sweet evening light. One of the many GO trains of the day passes by on the GO Subdivision.
A trio of veteran units muscle a long 570 up the grade at Beare.
A unique movement lead by CN 4777 from Hamilton approaches its destination Lambton yard, where the Hydro One transformer (seen trailing in near the back) will be interchanged to CP from CN. This t... (more)
The power for 570 comes back light after moving two D9R cracking towers into the SOR yard in Hamilton.
An interesting load, a pair of cracking towers from Hooper Welding in Oakville make their way into Hamilton for Railink.