BNSF 5531 leads the southbound Prince George,BC to
Everett,WA manifest across Dakota Creek as it approaches the US Custom Station to undergo the inspection for entering the US.Three different models make up the power for this train D9-44CW,SD70M,and ES44DC
CN 8946 leads its northbound loaded coal train across Dakota Creek during moderate to heavy rainfall.It is about three miles to the International Border at Blaine,WA then on to a crew change at Vancouver,BC.With a new crew,it will be on to their ultimate destination of Prince Rupert,BC
BNSF 9904 leads an empty southbound unit coal train at track speed (60 MPH) thru Custer,WA after discharging over 12,000 tons of export coal at Roberts Bank,BC.It's headed back to PRB for another load.
This westbound double stack on August 27, 2010 at Glacier, British Columbia will shortly kick over the top and start it decent of Rodgers Pass. Reportedly the first snow of the season is falling in the high country above the pass
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