CN 5669 rests on the shop tracks prior shortly before beginning its shift on a Port Arthur yard extra; a common site during the startup of the shipping season.
The only CN winter grain train to come into Thunder Bay during the winter of 2009 shoves it's entire train into Current River to top up the elevators.
CN 7213 & slug painfully shove one of five dimensional reactors over the crossovers and into Port Arthur Yard.
CN 7213 & slug pull up the first of 5 giant reactor loads up the Port Arthur wye from the Keefer Terminal. They will then be backed in Port Arthur Yard and combined to make a special dimensional t... (more)
Building a special wide load movement consisting of 5 reactors destined for the oil industries of Alberta.
CN 7278 & slug pause on the Current River as they switch local grain elavators.
Conductor lines the switch for track CA51 (Thunder Bay Packaging) on the abandoned CN Kinghorn Sub.
Light power heads past a nice rockcut on the only active portion of the abandoned CN Kinghorn Sub.
CN returns through CP's Current River yard after servicing Viterra's C elevator and Thunder Bay Packaging, which is located on the remaining active portion of the CN Kinghorn Subdivision.
After switching Thunder Bay Packing, CN 7278 heads back to Current River down the abandoned CN Kinghorn Sub.
Switching Thunder Bay Packing on the only portion of the abandoned CN Kinghorn Sub that still see's some service.
After switching Thunder Bay packaging and the Current River grain elavators, this extra yard job heads back to Port Arthur.