Carlton Trail Railway
All photographs: Mark Forseille unless otherwise credited.
Effective December 8, 1997 OmniTRAX acquired 279 miles of CN lines in Saskatchewan including Warman Subdivision between Warman Junction (north of Saskatoon) and Prince Albert (73 miles), also, Blaine Lake (94 miles), Meadow Lake (93 miles) and Big River (32 miles) Subdivisions between Speers Jct. and Meadow Lake, SK.
CTRW_1004_1064 with grain train arriving in Saskatoon. 3/06/2008 Matt Watson
1004 acq. 1998 GP10 (ex Mid
South 1004, ex ICG 8120 nee IC GP9 9085)
EMD 20164 2/1956
CTRW 1042 (ex IC GP10 nee QNS&L 146 GP9) GMD A735
2504_1004_1040_OMLX_2000 southbound at Duck Lake, SK August 6, 2004
Closeups of the train above depict 2504 ex CKRY 2504 nee
SP 6334 GP35 EMD #28890 3/1964
Here we see remanufactured GP10 1040 ex GWRX 1040, ex
Mid South 1040, ex ICG 8115, nee GP9 IC 9078.
Nice going away view of the train passing grain facilities. Note the absence of trailing unit.
2508 ex CKRY 2508 nee DRGW 3001 GP30 EMD #27135 4/1962 Prince Albert, SK August 6, 2004
OMLX 3372 a GP9E ex SP 3372 nee T&NO 405 EMD #19466 5/1954 Prince Albert, SK August 6, 2004
Note the half moons. A once common type of stop block. These actually made rerailing more difficult as the truck would turn at an angle. If there was nothing the wheels would simply drop off the rail and could often be pulled back easily.
An earlier view of 1040 with full CTR logo, lettering and reporting
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