Canadian National (CN)

CN 8963 over the Welland River
CN 8963 over the Welland River — On Monday, July 22, 2019, Canadian National Railways (CN) SD70M-2 8963 leads 5702 and 2685 moving over the Welland River just off Biggar Rd., Port Robinson, Ontario, Canada.

Click in image to enlarge

According to Wikipedia, The Canadian National Railway (CN) is a Canadian Class I freight railway headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, that serves Canada and the Midwestern and Southern United States.

Steve Sloan's Trains : Canadian National (CN)

Related

Canadian National
(CN; French: Canadien National )

Photos

Click on the following links to see pictures related to CN:

CN 47, MLW 4-6-4T class X-10-a

Reportedly CN 47 was built in 1914 by MLW as a 4-6-4T, builders number 54896, Grand Trunk Railway (GT) as 1542, GT class K2.
This locomotive became a CN locomotive after the creation of the Canadian National Railway in 1923, class X-10-a. Last used in revenue service in 1959.
CN 47 at Steamtown
Canadian National Railway (CN) 47 a 4-6-4T at the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA, on a rainy morning, Monday, July 8, 2019.

CN 2128, GE C40-8

Canadian National Railways (CN) C40-8 2128 was reportedly built by GE as CNW 8545, a C40-8, builders number 46773, in 1991, it became UP 9093 before going to CN.
CN 2128 with 2317 in Michigan
Canadian National Railways (CN) 2317 and 2128 lead a train on the former Soo Line at Gulliver, Michigan at 2:40 pm on Wednesday, July 24, 2019.

CN 2317, GE ES44DC

Canadian National Railways (CN) ES44DC 2317 was reportedly built by GE as CN 2317, an ES44DC, builders number 58823, in 2010.
CN 2317 in Michigan
Canadian National Railways (CN) 2317 and 2128 lead a train on the former Soo Line at Gulliver, Michigan at 2:40 pm on Wednesday, July 24, 2019.

CN 2843, GE ES44C4

CN 2843 is a GE ES44AC. Reportedly CN 2843 was built by GE in 2013 as an ES44AC, builder's number 62002.
CN 2843 on a manifest in Mojave
In Mojave, CA 6:02 p.m., Tuesday, April 13, 2021, a Northbound (Westbound) BNSF Manifest, 4+2, is at Arroyo Ave., MP 379.43, with BNSF 8137, CN 2843, BNSF 7233, 3944 + 3278, 6655.

CN 5445, EMD SD60, former Oakway

According to good sources CN 5445 was built in 1986 by EMD as OKWY 9002 a model SD60, builders number 867150-03.
CN 5445 at Cable
BNSF 7097 (an ES44C4) leads 7236, 8382, CN 5445 (SD60) on a SB (EB), BNSF 4+2 manifest at the Cable Cross-overs at 5:35pm on Friday May 24, 2019. The DPUs were BNSF 6970, 4833. According to good sources CN 5445 was built in 1986 by EMD as OKWY 9002 a model SD60, builders number 867150-03.
Nikon D750 & D600 images from folders 2019052802ph.120.

CN 5457 and BCOL 4622, EMD SD60 and GE C40-8M

CN 5457 is an EMD SD60 reportedly built in 1986 as OWY 9017, serial number 867150-18.
BCOL & CN in Michigan
On Wednesday, July 24, 2019, in (or near) Gladstone, MI, BC Rail (BCOL) GE C40-8M 4622 is with CN 5457 in a heavy downpour.

CN 6167, MLW 4-8-4 class U-2-e

Canadian National Railways (CN) 6167 is a a Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) built Confederation type 4-8-4 which was reportedly built by MLW as CN 6167, a class U-2-e 4-8-4, builders number 69262, in 1940.
CN 6167 in Guelph, Ontario
Former Canadian National Railways (CN) Confederation type 4-8-4 6167 sits stuffed and mounted in Guelph, Ontario, Canada on Sunday, July 21, 2019.

CN 8963, EMD SD70M-2

Canadian National Railways (CN) 8963 is a SD70M-2 reportedly built by EMD as CN 8963 builders number 20096294-49, in 2011.
CN 8963 over the Welland River
On Monday, July 22, 2019, Canadian National Railways (CN) SD70M-2 8963 leads 5702 and 2685 moving over the Welland River just off Biggar Rd., Port Robinson, Ontario, Canada.

CN 9675, GMD GP40-2LW class GF-430g

Canadian National Railways (CN) 9675, class GF-430g, is a GP40-2LW reportedly built by GMD as GOT 707 builders number A3307, in 1975.
CN 9675 in Brantford, Ontario
Canadian National Railways (CN) GP40-2LW 9675 and CN 2444 sit waiting for work in Brantford, Ontario, Canada on Sunday, July 21, 2019.

Structures

Brantford Station

Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Brantford railway station in Brantford, Ontario, Canada is a railway station serving Via Rail trains running between Toronto and Windsor. The station also serves the nearby towns of Paris and Simcoe. Brantford’s Canadian National Railways Station is a picturesque, one-storey, brick railway station, built in 1905 on the Grand Trunk Railway Company (GTR) main line. The Brantford station is an excellent example of turn-of-the-century GTR station design. It's built on a curve, photographed here on Sunday, July 21, 2019.

Recommended Links

Related Links


Special Thanks

All the great folks who helped me out with information for these Web pages!

Table of Contents