A light snowstorm near sunset leaves fresh snow to be kicked up by eastbound empty potash train #672, led by still new GEVo 8946. In the darkest depths of the Canadian winter, a golden glow linger... (more)
Eastbound potash empties pass one of the few operating wooden grain elevators left on the Canadian prairies
672-250 flies under the 85th street bridge at 45MPH, with the rockies many miles off but still visible. A huge telemash is the only thing that does justice to how boring empty potash trains are.
Deep in GE land, a pair of AC44's scream through Spences Bridge with potash empties
CP potash empties defy the road sign and head east towards the Cascade Sub in the late evening sun
In the Kicking Horse Canyon, CP 8771 rolls east near the east switch of the siding at Glenogle
Unit potash eastbound one mile east of the end of doubletrack at Forde
An eastbound potash train below a bluff near Nicomen east of Mission, with a newish ES44AC leading AC4400 8622
Sweeping through the curve around 9:30
With Canpotex empties in tow, two CP AC4400CWs head east through Glenmore siding.
672's crew sets off power for a west bound and awaits a transfer (cp 3041) to clear the east switch at Keith before completing the final 9 mile stretch to Alyth Yard