CN ES44DC 2280 leads train Q111 past the tailend of an eastbound grain train west of Wynd on the Albreda Sub.
CN 8921 speeds west on the south track of the Edson Sub with train Q111, passing Q102's tailend remote which is stopped waiting for a signal after Q111 clears Henry House.
Toronto-Vancouver stacks cross the Athabasca River between Entrance and Solomon on CN's Edson Sub.
A conventional, but still near 12,000' long, Q111 pulls up to the automatic derail at Jasper East.
CN 2239 cruises downgrade through Pedley at 61 miles per hour with Q111's train. The train is 152 platforms long and has CN 8814 operating in DP mode, 101 platforms back. This was CN's first attem... (more)
CN's hottest train slows down for a change off at Hornepayne
CN Q111 departs snowy Jasper behind a pair of brand new GEVOs.
Brand new ES44DCs 2258 and 2257 depart Jasper's South yard with a hot Q111 in tow.
Brand new ES44DCs 2258 and 2257 sit in the clear in track 7 waiting for Q104 to depart.
CN 5401 and WC 2001 are set to depart Jasper with the hottest train on the system.
The hottest train on CN's system, Q111, is set to blast off with some not so hot power. CN SD50F 5401 and WC GP38-2 2001 will do their best with 6000 feet of train.