CN Locomotive “Blasts” Powdered Snow
If this were skiing, these tracks would be rated a double black diamond!
No snowplows are necessary when you have a new snowfall of fine, light, and fluffy snow!
Canadian National Railway’s #406 locomotive has no problem plowing its own way though the mountains of snow on the track ahead. The blazing red paint job of the locomotive set against the white powdery snow on a bright sunny morning really makes for a fantastic photo op!
Set in the Salisbury area of New Brunswick, this is some of the first video by railfans of our current 2015 epic winter snowfall!
The Locomotive seen here is a Canadian National Railwaysan ES44DC by General Electric Transportation.
- Rail Line: Canadian Pacific
- Train Name: ES44DC #204 Evolution Series
- Power type: Diesel Electric
- Builder: General Motors Transportation
- Train type: Freight
- Location: New Brunswick
- Locomotive power: rated at 4000 horse power
Let us know if you have seen anything like this up close and personal! We would love to hear your comments!