Ex-CN F3A 9000 sits beside ex-AC FP9 1753, originally CN 6514 and now painted with the black "Alberta Railway Museum" design and numbered back to 6514.
CN 9000 sits on the museum's "main line", which connects to the CN Coronado Sub in the background.
Steaming along, the Sugar Cane Train heads towards Puukolii Station in late afternoon.
The Edmonton Yukon and Pacific steam engine rolls towards milepost 3 on Fort Edmonton's loop of track.
LK&P 3 is shown here pulling the "Sugar Cane Train" out of Puukolii station, on the return trip to Lahaina. They also stop at Kaanapali to fill the tender with water on the way. Locomotive #3 "Myr... (more)
One of 3 leased NREX Dash 7s rests at the end of the Great Sandhills Railway Empress Sub. Farther East, the other 2 leasers plus a pair of CP GP38-2s were preparing a 100+ car train over at the GS... (more)
CN Scotford Yard... the only place in Alberta that it's almost guaranteed you'll see a trio of GMD1u's switching. They really are cool locomotives, and I've heard that unlike the city crews in Edm... (more)
The Edmonton Radial Railway Society runs a streetcar service in Fort Edmonton along with the steam engine run by the Fort Edmonton Historical Association. Here's their usual streetcar #42 posing i... (more)
Lead by a long-hood-forward SD40-2(W), definitely showing some wear, train 591 returns from Morinville/Westlock.
Recently, the GMD1s have been put back into switching use at Walker yard, after an absence of more than a month. This GMD1 is being taken towards the shops by a Dash 9 and a SD40-2 to be stored fo... (more)
A brand new SD70M-2 leads train 101 past Mile 6 of the Edson Sub.
One of 12 ex-UP SD40-2s left on the CN roster. One was retired just last month. These are going fast, so shoot 'em before they're gone!
A nice switching consist switches one of the many industrial spurs in west Edmonton.
Fort Edmonton's steam engine crosses the streetcar tracks on the double diamond.
Something not often seen: A narrow-guage steam railway running right through the middle of a prime tourist destination. One thing I have noticed is people really don't seem to "get" railroad safet... (more)