It's spring in Calgary - That means brown grass, a few green shoots, and snowfall as unpredictable as a wounded boar.
Here's 672, an eastbound potash train, coming into Calgary with the rocky mountains in the background.
The crew must have felt high and mighty that day. The train was apprently 9000+ feet long when he chimed in on the radio. The female dispatcher claimed that she loved one of the crew members, and gave the train clearence right through to Watrous. He must have picked up the wheat cars at Hannah.
Here, we see CN 115. The train usually has an average of 3 to 4 units. After going passed the park, he will switch off the Watrous sub at Roskin junction, and go to Calgary via the Rosetown subdivision. Towmorrow, all 3 units will return on CN 114, 115's eastbound counterpart. Oh yeah, the two...
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