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EPIC CATCH!!! Dashing Thru the Snow - CN Train 406 West at Salisbury, NB (Feb 3, 2015)
 
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For licensing and usage, contact: [email protected] I'm not even sure how many locomotives this train had ... Railfanning Post Blizzard of 2015 Storm #3. Canadian National Railway locomotive 2304 (ES44DC) plows through huge snow drifts and gives me a big ass snow shower as it leads the daily CN manifest train 406 West (Moncton, NB to Saint John, NB) at Salisbury, New Brunswick. I'm not sure how the train crew can even see with all that snow on the locomotive's nose! Southern New Brunswick was hit with three major blizzards in less than a week, and there is more snow in the forecast. Filmed at 3:05pm, Tuesday February 3, 2015 at mile 11 of the CN Sussex Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Train vs Snow Bank! CN Train 120 Dashing thru the Snow at Memramcook, NB (Feb 14, 2017)
 
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Post Blizzards of 2017 - Round Two - Railfanning Southern New Brunswick video 1 of 3 Not quite as good as my "Epic Catch" is Salisbury two years ago, however I did received another "Snow Shower" from this train....haha! Canadian National Railway locomotives 2870 (ES44AC Gevo), 2XXX (C44-9W), 8XXX (EMD SD70M-2), and mid-train remote DPU 2910 (ES44AC) power a long CN intermodal stacktrain Q120 (Toronto BIT, ON to Rockingham Yard/Halifax, NS) eastbound blasting through a snowbank at Memramcook, NB hauling about 140 cars (about 10,000 feet) of double stack containers. Southern New Brunswick was hit by another major blizzard in less that a week with another storm forecast for Thursday. The lasted blizzard dumped about 40cm (about 16 inches) of snow in this area, however some areas got up to 80cm (close to 3 feet). Filmed at 8:10am, Tuesday February 14, 2017 at mile 103.8 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Nice Acceleration Sound! GBRf Class 66 leads a Container Train at Felixstowe, UK (June 26, 2015)
 
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GB Railfreight locomotive 66757 (Class 66) makes a nice acceleration sound as it provides traction for an intermodal container train with 34 wagons out of the Port of Felixstowe terminals bound for somewhere in the United Kingdom. Most of the containers on this train likely came off of the BARZAN, the world's largest container ship. Filmed at 10:55am, Friday June 26, 2015 at the Walton Ave. crossing in Felixstowe, United Kingdom. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Panama Canal Railway Stack Train near Balboa, Panama City (April 23, 2017)
 
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Yes there are some Trains in Panama too! Panama Canal Railway Company (PCRC) locomotives 1862 (ex Amtrak EMD F40PH), and 1872 (ex KCS EMD SD60) power a southbound intermodal stacktrain with 55 cars loaded with Maersk Line containers in the Corozal area of Panama City as it approaches it's destination of Balboa. The 76.6 km (47.6 mile) Panama Canal Railway route runs parallel to the Panama Canal linking the Ports of Colon / Cristobal on the Atlantic Ocean to Balboa (near Panama City) on the Pacific Ocean. Filmed at 7:27am, Sunday April 23, 2017 at Corozal, Panama. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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VIA Rail Train 2 "The Canadian" arriving into Kamloops, BC (June 8, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Kamloops Area video 11 of 11 VIA Rail F40PH-3 locomotives 6427 and 6401 lead VIA Rail's flagship train 2 - the eastbound "Canadian" passing through Kamloops, BC as it nears the VIA station at the CN rail yard. The summer consist is 25 cars long today (two out of service cars), but in the winter the train is usually only about 8-10 cars long. Note the black stripe on the last two sleepers and "park" car. Filmed at 6:30am, Wednesday June 8, 2016 at about mile 2 of the CN Ashcroft Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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World's Largest Container Ship BARZAN (UASC) Unloads at Felixstowe, UK - Maiden Call (June 25, 2015)
 
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Felixstowe Container Ship Spotting June 25, 2015 video 7 of 10 The current world's largest container vessel, the 19,870 TEU United Arab Shipping Company BARZAN docked at Berth 8/9 at the Port of Felixstowe unloading containers. UASC states the TEU capacity as above 18,800, but in fact it's actual nominal capacity of 19,870 TEU makes BARZAN the world's largest container vessel. Taller lashing bridges and wheelhouse has allow an extra layer of empties giving the higher capacity. The BARZAN is also the world's longest vessel of any kind currently in service at 400m (1300 ft). Several longer tankers were built but have since been scraped. UASC is part of the Ocean Three alliance with partners CMA CGM and China Shipping. In the foreground, work continues on the pier expansion, which when completed later this year will allow two of these 400m giants to be serviced simultaneity. Felixstowe is Britain's largest and busiest container port. IMO Number: 9708851 Flag / Nationality: Malta Operator: UASC Completion Year: 2015 / 04 Maximum TEU Capacity: 19,870 Maximum Speed (Kn): 22.8 Overall Length (M): 400.00 Overall Beam (M): 58.60 Maximum Draught (M): 16.00 Deadweight (Ton): 199,744 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 195,636 Filmed at 1:30pm, Thursday June 25, 2015 at Landguard Fort Visitor Center in Felixstowe, United Kingdom. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Triple Header VIA Rail 14 - The Ocean leaving Moncton, NB (July 20, 2015)
 
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VIA Rail locomotives 6414, 6433, and 6416 (all F40PH-3's) power VIA Rail train 14 - The Ocean with 19 renaissance cars and a park dome car passing thru downtown Moncton, eastbound to Halifax just after leaving the station. I was hoping to get a second shot of the late CN 120 at this location but had to leave for work before it came. Filmed at 3:20pm, Monday July 20, 2015 at mile 124.39 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Railfanning SO CAL - Alameda Corridor - BNSF 7581 Leads a Stack train  June 13, 2013
 
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As the Genset switchers do their work on the industrial track, A BNSF intermodal stack train climbs out of the "Trench" with locomotives 7581 (ES44DC), 7566 (ES44DC), 4487 (C44-9W), rear DPUs 6923 (ES44C4), and 7545 (ES44DC), heading southbound thru the Alameda Corridor at Compton, CA as it heads for the Port of Los Angeles. Completed in 2002, the Alameda Corridor is a 20 mile rail expressway connecting the BNSF and UPRR rail systems near downtown Los Angeles, CA to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. In the middle of the corridor is the 10 mile below ground triple-tracked "Trench" shared by the BNSF and Union Pacific Railways. Filmed at 11;16am, Thursday June 13, 2013. (Video 5 of 5)
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Rare Braking Boxcar! CN Train 305 at Lutesville East in Snow Storm (Jan 30, 2018)
 
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Snowstorm Railfanning in the Moncton Area video 2 of 3 Canadian National Railway locomotives 2270 (ES44DC), 2504 (C44-9LW), 2631 (C44-9W), and CREX 1507 (ES44AC) power a long CN manifest train M305 (Moncton, NB Gordon Yard to Toronto, ON MacMillan Yard) westbound at Lutesville East hauling 149 cars (576 axles) of mixed freight, intermodal containers, and a CN baking car on the rear. The braking car (CN 0030) is used to help build and maintain air pressure in very cold weather and can use used instead of a DPU. They are very rarely used in Eastern Canada as they usually stay west of Winnipeg. Filmed at 11:30am, Tuesday January 30, 2018 at mile 131 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VXIIA HF R70
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Christmas Extra! Stainless Steel Budd VIA 14 - Ocean at Moncton & Painsec Jct. (Dec 23, 2016)
 
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Two shots of a Budd VIA 14 Ocean in the Moncton area during the Christmas rush! VIA Rail F40PH-3 locomotives 6437, 6446, and 6425 is first seen leading VIA Rail passenger train 14 (The Ocean - Montreal, QC to Halifax, NS) with 14 stainless steel Budd passenger cars including the "Tweedsmuir Park" eastbound pulling into Moncton's VIA Rail station. Then the train is seen at Painsec Junction, NB at track speed kicking up a bit of snow. Now that's a real passenger train! Filmed at 2:12pm, Friday December 23, 2016 at mile 118.71 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Rare! Freightliner 70016 - Class 70 leads an Intermodal Train at Ipswich, England (June 12, 2015)
 
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Railfanning Ipswich, Suffolk, United Kingdom video 7 of 8 Freightliner locomotive 70016 (Class 70) provides traction for a westbound intermodal train with 23 container wagons from the Port of Felixstowe passes thru Ipswich, Suffolk, England. The Freightliner Class 70's are pretty rare with 20 in service throughout England. Perhaps not that rare but it was the only one I seen on my trip. Filmed at 6:50pm, Friday June 12, 2015 at Ipswich train station. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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ACL G4 Con-Ro Ship ATLANTIC STAR Maiden Voyage into Halifax, NS, Canada (Jan 6, 2016)
 
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Atlantic Container Line's brand new G4 class container/RO-RO vessel ATLANTIC STAR sailing under the A Murray MacKay Bridge as it sails into the Port of Halifax on it's maiden voyage inbound from Liverpool, England. The vessel is also seen on the Bedford Basin as well as docking at the Fairview Cove Container Terminal. Tugs ATLANTIC WILLOW and ATLANTIC OAK help guide the vessel to it's berth. ATLANTIC STAR and four G4 sister vessels due to be in service by this coming summer are the world's largest CONRO vessels. IMO Number: 9670573 Flag / Nationality: United Kingdom Operator: ACL Completion Year: 2015 Maximum TEU Capacity: 3800 Maximum Speed (Kn): Overall Length (M): 296.00 Overall Beam (M): 37.60 Maximum Draught (M): 11.40 Deadweight (Ton): 45,000 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 81,600 Filmed at 9:40am, Wednesday January 6, 2016. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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LPG Tanker SINNDAR at New Expanded Agua Clara Locks - Panama Canal (April 22, 2017)
 
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Panama Canal Ship Spotting April 22 video 2 of 7 The liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tanker SINNDAR passing through the new Agua Clara Locks (Atlantic side) on her southbound transit through the Panama Canal. The tugs CERRO IT AMUT (bow), and ESTI (stern) help keep the Neo-Panamax vessel straight as she transits the locks. IMO Number: 9726126 Flag / Nationality: Singapore Operator: Petredec Ltd Completion Year: 2016 Maximum Speed (Kn): Overall Length (M): 225.23 Overall Beam (M): 36.00 Maximum Draught (M): Deadweight (Ton): 54,596 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 47,347 Filmed between 11:00am to 12:00pm, Saturday April 22 at the new Agua Clara Expansion Center. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Awesome Overhead View! Long CN Stack Train 120 at Fort Lawrence, NS (Aug 2, 2017)
 
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Canadian National Railway locomotives 2915 (ES44AC), 2675 C44-9W), 2974 (ES44AC), and mid-train remote DPU 3023 (Tier 4 ET44AC) power a very long CN intermodal stacktrain Q120 (Toronto BIT, ON to Rockingham Yard/Halifax, NS) eastbound through the ground fog at Fort Lawrence, NS just after crossing over from New Brunswick hauling 183 cars of double stack containers and mixed freight. This video was taken shortly after sunrise about 2 miles west of Amherst, NS. Filmed at 6:40am, Wednesday August 2, 2017 at about mile 79 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Very Large Container Ship MSC REGULUS departing Felixstowe, UK (June 25, 2015)
 
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Felixstowe Container Ship Spotting June 25, 2015 video 5 of 10 The 13,102 TEU very large container vessel MSC REGULUS sailing from the Port of Felixstowe, United Kingdom, bound for Le Havre, France. I previously seen and filmed this vessel at Rotterdam, the Netherlands. MSC is part of the M2 alliance with Maersk Line on east-west routes. IMO Number: 9465291 Flag / Nationality: Panama Operator: MSC Completion Year: 2012 / 04 Maximum TEU Capacity: 13,102 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.7 Overall Length (M): 366.00 Overall Beam (M): 48.20 Maximum Draught (M): 15.50 Deadweight (Ton): 140,951 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 141,635 Filmed at 8:15am, Thursday June 25, 2015 from the Landguard Fort in Felixstowe, United Kingdom. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Leaning Container! Tier 4 Gevo Leads CN Stack Train 106 into Kamloops, BC (June 7, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Kamloops Area video 4 of 11 Canadian National Railway locomotives 3015 (ET44AC), and rear DPU 2901 (ES44AC) power a long CN intermodal stack train Q106 (Robert's Bank, BC to Montreal, QC) eastbound approaching Kamloops, BC hauling 119 cars of double stack containers. CN 106 had to remove a 5-pack at the head end of the train with a leaning container stack (second car of the train) before continuing east with a new crew. Filmed at 1:58pm, Tuesday June 7, 2016 at about mile 4 of the CN Ashcroft Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Container Ship EVER LIFTING at New Agua Clara Locks - Expanded Panama Canal (April 22, 2017)
 
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Panama Canal Ship Spotting April 22 video 1 of 7 The 8508 TEU Evergreen Neo-Panamax container vessel EVER LIFTING at the new expanded Agua Clara Locks on the Atlantic side as she makes her southbound Panama Canal transit. The Panama Canal Authority tugs CERRO TIGRE (bow), and CERRO LA VIEJA (stern) help keep the 98,882 Ton EVER LIFTING straight as she slowly exits the locks. The new expanded locks opened in June of 2016 and can accommodate container vessels of over 13,000 TEUs. IMO Number: 9629122 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: United Kingdom Operator: Evergreen Completion Year: 2015 / 05 Maximum TEU Capacity: 8508 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.9 Overall Length (M): 333.50 Overall Beam (M): 42.80 Maximum Draught (M): 14.50 Deadweight (Ton): 104,409 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 98,882 Last Port: Colon, Panama Next Port: Qingdao, China Filmed between 8:50am to 9:30am Saturday April 22, 2017 at the Agua Clara Expansion Visitors Center. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70 Due to a large crowd, I was not able to use my tripod.
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RACE! Ships JUMBO KINETIC & MAERSK NIJMEGEN at Miraflores - Panama Canal (April 26, 2017)
 
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Panama Canal Ship Spotting April 26 video 4 of 6 The heavy lift cargo vessel JUMBO KINETIC and the container vessel MAERSK NIJMEGEN pass through the Miraflores Locks literally side by side on their southbound Panama Canal transits. It looks like the JUMBO KINETIC won the race to the Pacific Ocean! JUMBO KINETIC IMO Number: 9634165 Flag / Nationality: Netherlands Operator: Jumbo Shipping Completion Year: 2014 Maximum Speed (Kn): Overall Length (M): 152.00 Overall Beam (M): 28.00 Maximum Draught (M): Deadweight (Ton): 14,000 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 16,200 Last Port: Cristobal, Panama Next Port: Nantong, China MAERSK NIJMEGEN IMO Number: 9434929 Flag / Nationality: Hong Kong / China Operator: Maersk Completion Year: 2009 / 06 Maximum TEU Capacity: 2556 Overall Length (m): 210.00 Overall Beam (M): 30.20 Maximum Draught (M): 11.50 Deadweight (Ton): 33,450 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 26,836 Last Port: Colon, Panama Next Port: Balboa, Panama Filmed at 2:30pm to 3:30pm, Wednesday April 26, 2017 at the Miraflores Visitor's Ceneter. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70 Sorry, no tripod for this video.
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First 13000 TEU Container Ship Transits Panama Canal - COSCO DEVELOPMENT at Gamboa (May 2, 2017)
 
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Panama Canal Ship Spotting May 2 video 1 of 4 The huge 13,092 TEU COSCO Shipping Neo-Panamax container vessel COSCO DEVELOPMENT passes a major test in negotiating the narrow Culebra (Gaillard) Cut as it sails past Gamboa, Panama on her northbound Panama Canal transit. The Panama Canal Authority tug CERRO PUNTA is positioned on the stern of the massive 141,800 ton vessel to keep her on course through the Gaillard Cut. At 366 meters long, this is the largest ship of any kind to transit the Panama Canal, which underwent a $5.25 billion US, nine year expansion by adding a new third set of locks. This is the maximum size container vessel that can transit this new larger locks. The old locks can accommodate vessels of up to 500 TEU. The new locks opened on June 26, 2016 with the container vessel COSCO SHIPPING PANAMA making the inaugural transit. This vessel likely paid over a million dollars in tolls for this Panama Canal transit. IMO Number: 9472139 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Hong Kong / China Operator: COSCO Shipping Completion Year: 2011 / 08 Maximum TEU Capacity: 13,092 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.6 Overall Length (M): 366.00 Overall Beam (M): 48.20 Maximum Draught (M): 15.50 Deadweight (Ton): 140,609 Gross Tonnage )Ton): 141,823 Last Port: Shanghia, China Next Port: Norfolk, USA This is the first of two videos I shot of the COCSO DEVELOPMENT on this historic Panama Canal transit. Filmed at 9:55am, Tuesday May 2, 2017 at Gamboa, Panama. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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All EMD Power! Panama Canal Railway Stack Train at Corozal - Panama City (April 24, 2017)
 
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A Panama Railfanning video Panama Canal Railway Company (PCRC) locomotives 1869 (ex KCS EMD SD60), 1866 (EMD SD40-2), and 1859 (ex Amtrak EMD F40PH) lead a 55 car northbound intermodal stacktrain with Maersk Line containers at Corozal, Panama City, Panama shortly after departing from the Port of Balboa on the Pacific Ocean. This train will run parallel to the Panama Canal to Colon, Panama on the Atlantic Ocean. 55 cars seems to be the normal/maximum length for the container trains in Panama, probably due to the length of the siding and loading tracks at the intermodal yard. Filmed at 12:33pm, Monday April 24, 2017 at Corozal, Panama City, Panama. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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CN Train 407 w/Blue Devil meets a Budd VIA Rail Ocean at Painsec Jct. (Feb 15, 2018)
 
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This time a better meet at Painsec between a Budd VIA 14 and CN 407 with a smoking leader and a Blue Devil! As CN manifest train A407 (Dartmouth, NS to Moncton, NB Gordon Yard) led my Canadian National Railway locomotives 2599 (C44-9W), 2565 (C44-9W), IC 2455 (C40-8W), and 2237 (ES44DC Gevo) holds the main, VIA Rail passenger train 14 - The Ocean powered by EMD F40PH-2D locomotives 6407, 6424, and 6452 slowly pull onto the siding at Painsec Junction a few miles east of Moncton, NB with the stainless steel Budd passenger cars including the Tweedsmuir Park car on the rear. Shortly after VIA 14 clear, the engineer CN 407 opens up the throttle with the lead unit smoking like an old ALCO locomotive! A much better meet today than the meet that I filmed a week earlier at the same location and same two trains. Filmed at 1:47pm, Thursday February 15, 2018 at mile 118.71 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VXIIA HF R70
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Thompson Canyon - CN Train 417 near Lytton, BC (June 9, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Lytton Area video 2 of 5 Canadian National Railway locomotives 2617 (C44-9W), and 5774 (EMD SD75I) power a long CN manifest train A417 (Edmonton Cloverbar, AB to Vancouver Thornton, BC) westbound through the Thompson Canyon near Lytton, BC hauling over 100 cars of mixed freight. Great location, but you won't see any eastbounds here as CN and CP use directional running meaning only westbound trains only can be viewed at this location. Filmed at 4:23pm, Thursday June 9, 2016 at Skithist Provincial Park (about mile 93 of the CN Ashcroft Subdivision). Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Huge CN Train 305 w/SD60, DPU, & Intermodal at Berry Mills, NB (April 1, 2017)
 
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Canadian National Railway locomotives 2899 (ES44AC), 2942 (ES44AC), 5408 (ex Oakway EMD SD60), and mid-train remote DPU 2284 (ES44DC) power a monster CN manifest train M305 (Moncton, NB to Toronto, ON) westbound crossing over the Homestead Road viaduct at Berry Mills, NB hauling 209 cars (800 axles / 12,000+ feet) of mixed freight, 2 large blocks of empty Canpotex potash hoppers, and double stack intermodal containers bringing up the rear. Filmed at 9:45am, Saturday April 1, 2017 at about mile 133.5 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Bay Area Container Ship Spotting - Matson Lines Matsonia and Manoa at Oakland  June 17, 2013
 
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The Matson lines container ships Matsonia and Manoa docked at the Matson Terminal at the Port of Oakland. Matson Lines provide container service from the USA west coast to Hawaii MATSONIA IMO Number: 7334204 Flag / Nationality: United States Operator: Matson Completion Year: 1973 Maximum TEU Capacity: 1750 Maximum Speed (Kn): 18.0 Overall Length (M): 231.00 Overall Beam (M): 32.00 Maximum Draught (M): 8.90 Deadweight (Ton): 22501 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 33095 MANOA IMO Number: 7907984 Flag / Nationality: United States Operator: Matson Completion Year: 1982 Maximum TEU Capacity: 3027 Maximum Speed (Kn): 23.2 Overall Length (M): 262.10 Overall Beam (M): 32.40 Maximum Draught (M): 10.70 Deadweight (Ton): 30167 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 40627 Filmed from the Oakland / Alameda - San Francisco Bay Ferry at 7:50pm, Monday June 17, 2013.
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Triple Header VIA Rail Train 15 0 The Ocean departing Halifax, NS (July 13, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Halifax Area July 12-13 video 5 of 7 VIA Rail locomotives 6428, 6454, and 6420 (all EMD F40PH-3's) lead VIA Rail Train 15 - the westbound "Ocean" departing Halifax station right on time with a long consist bound for Montreal, QC. Filmed at 1:02pm, Wednesday July 13, 2016 from the South Park overpass in south end Halifax (about mile 1.2 of the CN Bedford Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Triple E Container Ship MADISON MAERSK Fully Loaded inbound into Felixstowe, UK (June 26, 2015)
 
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Felixstowe Container Ship Spotting June 26, 2015 video 7 of 8 The 18,340 TEU Maersk Line Triple E container vessel MADISON MAERSK sailing into the Port of Felixstowe, United Kingdom with a full load, inbound for Asia via the Suez Canal. MADISON MAERSK is one of 20 Triple E container vessels put in service from mid 2013 to mid 2015 by Maersk Line. The "Triple E" was the world's largest container ship from June 2013 until November 2014 when China Sipping's CSCL Globe went into service. Although the Triple E is no longer the world's largest container ship, she is still very impressive to see especially when fully loaded. The name "Triple E" is derived from the class's three design principles: Economy of scale, Energy efficient, and Environmentally improved. Maersk Line is part of the M2 alliance with MSC on east-west routes. IMO Number: 9619945 Flag / Nationality: Denmark Operator: Maersk Completion Year: 2013 / 10 Maximum TEU Capacity: 18,340 Maximum Speed (Kn): 22.0 Overall Length (M): 399.00 Overall Beam (M): 59.00 Maximum Draught (M): 16.50 Deadweight (Ton): 194,394 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 194,849 Filmed at 7:20pm, Friday June 26, 2015 from the Landguard Fort in Felixstowe, United Kingdom. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Classic Engines! Gaspe Railway Wind Turbine Blade Train at Grande-Cascapedia, PQ (July 22, 2017)
 
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The Great Wind Turbine Blade Train Chase! New Richmond to Matapedia - video 1 of 6 Societe du Chemin de Fur de la Gaspésie - SFG (Gaspe Railway) locomotives 1856, 1865, and 1819 (all ex CP/NBEC 1958 built ALCO/MLW RS18u's) lead the westbound loaded wind turbine blade train at Grande-Cascapedia, Quebec a few miles north-west of New Richmond, Quebec hauling 45 blades on 69 specially fitted flat cars. This train will run to Matapedia, Quebec where CN will takeover. The blades which were manufactured in Gaspe, Quebec are bound for Texas, USA. Filmed at 10:03am, Saturday July 22, 2017 at mile 60.58 of the SFG Cascapedia Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70 Apologies for the shakiness of this video caused by vibrations from the train.
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Overhead View of CN Stack Train 120 w/ex CNW Dash-8 DPU at Fort Lawrence, NS (Dec 5, 2016)
 
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Canadian National Railway locomotives 8916 (EMD SD70M-2), 2156 (ex ATSF/BNSF C40-8W), 2325 (ES44DC), and mid-train remote 2116 (ex CNW/UP C40-8) power a very long CN intermodal stack train Q120 (Toronto BIT, ON to Rockingham Yard/Halifax, NS) eastbound at Fort Lawrence, NS just after crossing into Nova Scotia from New Brunswick hauling 182 cars of double stack containers and mixed freight shortly after sunrise on a cold morning. It's only early December, however this shot could easily have been mistaken for the end of January. Filmed at 7:57am, Monday December 5, 2016 at about mile 80 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500 Apologies for the shakiness at the beginning of this video. For the impatient, the train arrives at 2:05
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Monster 214 Car CN Stack Train 120 w/New Tier 4 + DPU at Bedford, NS (Aug 9, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Halifax Area Aug 7-9 video 5 of 7 Canadian National Railway locomotives 3071 (new Tier 4 ET44AC), 2899 (ES44AC), and mid-train remote 2913 (ES44AC) provide traction for a massive 214 car CN intermodal stack train Q120 (Toronto BIT, ON to Rockingham/Halifax, NS) southbound (eastbound) through Bedford, NS as it approaches Rockingham Yard a few miles down the track. At 214 cars, this was likely one of the longest trains that ever came into the Halifax area although about a third of the container cars were empties. Filmed at 9:25am, Tuesday August 9, 2016 at mile 10.32 of the CN Bedford Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Takeoffs and Landings at Halifax Stanfield International Airport  (June 11, 2015)
 
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My 2015 Europe trip has begun! After taking the bus from Moncton, NB to Halifax Airport, I had several hours before my flight to London, England. So I spent an hour filming take-offs and landings at the viewing area lounge at the airport terminal building. This is a list of planes I filmed while I was there. (This list may not be completely accurate as I was going by the arrival/departure board.) 5:55pm - WestJet 270 Landing from Toronto 6:32pm - Porter Airlines 417 Landing from Toronto/Montreal 6:38pm - WestJet 225 Taking off to Edmonton 6:40pm - AIR Canada 431 Taking off to Toronto 6:46pm - WestJet 269 Taxi and Taking off to Toronto 6:47pm - AIR Canada Jazz 8811 Landing from Sydney 6:55pm - AIR Canada 8982 Landing from Montreal Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Awesome Load! Gaspe Railway (SFG) Wind Turbine Blade Train at Carleton, PQ (July 22, 2017)
 
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The Great Wind Turbine Blade Train Chase! New Richmond to Matapedia - video 2 of 6 Societe de Chemin de Fer de la Gaspésie - SFG (Gaspe Railway) locomotives 1856, 1865, and 1819 (all ex CP/NBEC ALCO/MLW RS18u's) power the loaded wind turbine blade train westbound past the VIA Rail station at Carleton, Quebec hauling 45 blades on 69 specially fitted flat cars. The blades were manufactured at Gaspe, Quebec by LM Wind Power and trucked to New Richmond , Quebec. They are being shipped by rail to Texas, USA. Sadly, VIA Rail had to suspend passenger service to Gaspe due to serious structural problems with a bridge near Chandler in late 2011. Filmed at 10:50am, Saturday July 22, 2017 at mile 44.35 of the SFG Cascapedia Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Flying!  CN Stacktrain 120 w/GECX Unit & DPU at Debert, NS (May 18, 2018)
 
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Chasing CN Stacktrain 120 to Halifax video 2 of 3 Canadian National Railway locomotives 3055 (Tier 4 ET44AC), 3112 (Tier 4 ET44AC), GECX 2040 (Tier 4 ET44AC), and mid-train remote DPU 2964 (ES44AC) provide traction for a long CN intermodal train Q120 (Toronto, ON BIT to Halifax, NS Rockingham Yard) eastbound at Debert, NS at track speed hauling 142 cars (432 axles) of intermodal containers and a few freight cars. GECX 2040 has recently been purchased by CN as they are currently on a power shortage. Filmed at 7:35am, Friday May 18, 2018 at mile 10.62 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Cameras: Canon VIXIA HF R70 & Nikon D5500
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Chasing the Budds! VIA Rail Train 15 - The Ocean at Amherst, NS (Jan 10, 2018)
 
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Chasing the Stainless Steel Budd Ocean from Truro to Moncton video 3 of 3 Next Stop Amherst! VIA Rail F40PH-2D locomotives 6449, and 6459 lead VIA Rail passenger train 15 - The Ocean (Halifax, NS to Montreal, PQ) with 14 Budd stainless steel HEP equipped passenger cars into Amherst, NS as they make a station stop in the late afternoon. The parkcar Tweedsmuir Park brings up the rear. Due to problems with the Renaissance passenger cars, VIA is using the Budd consist for now. It is unclear for how long the Budd's will be used on the Ocean. Filmed at 4:30pm, Wednesday January 10, 2018 at about mile 77 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Heavy Potash Train B730 w/Rear DPU's near Salisbury, NB (May 21, 2018)
 
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Canadian National Railway locomotives 3002 (Tier 4 ET44AC), 3118 (Tier 4 ET44AC), rear end DPU's 3073 (Tier 4 ET44AC), and 2979 (ES44AC Tier 3 Credit Unit) provide traction for a long and very heavy unit Canpotex potash train B730 (Yarbo, SK to Saint John, NB Courtney Bay) westbound approaching Salisbury, NB hauling 125 loaded hoppers. The total weight of this train is close to 20,000 tons! Filmed at 7:40am, Monday May 21, 2018 at mile 8.86 of the CN Sussex Subdivision. Cameras: Canon VIXIA HF R70 & Nikon D5500
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Container Ship SCI MUMBAI departing Hamburg, Germany on Elbe River (June 17, 2015)
 
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Hamburg Container Ship Spotting June 17, 2015 video 7 of 12 The Shipping Corporation of India container vessel SCI MUMBAI sailing from the Port of Hamburg, Germany on the Elbe River, bound for Antwerp, Belgium. IMO Number: 9419539 Flag / Nationality: India Operator: SCI Completion Year: 2008 / 10 Maximum TEU Capacity: 4469 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.0 Overall Length (M): 264.00 Overall Beam (M): 32.20 Maximum Draught (M): 12.50 Deadweight (Ton): 57,790 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 43,679 Filmed at 12:10pm, Wednesday June 17, 2015 from Ruschpark in Hamburg, Germany. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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ATLANTIC SKY Maiden Voyage into Halifax, NS - DJI Phantom 3 Aerial Video (May 23, 2017)
 
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Halifax Container Ship Spotting May 22-23 video 6 of 6 An awesome aerial view of the Atlantic Container Line (ACL) container/Ro-Ro (CONRO) vessel ATLANTIC SKY passing under the A Murray MacKay Bridge and sailing into the Bedford Basin at the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on her maiden voyage, inbound from Liverpool, England. The tug ATLANTIC OAK is positioned at the stern of the massive 100,430 ton vessel guiding her to the Fairview Cove Contaienr Terminal. She was due to go into service in late 2016, however ACL is still having some technical problems with the new G4 vessels delaying the deliveries of the last two vessels. IMO Number: 9670602 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: United Kingdom Operator: ACL Completion Year: 2017 Maximum TEU Capacity: 3800 Maximum Speed (Kn): Overall Length (M): 296.00 Overall Beam (M): 37.90 Maximum Draught (M): Deadweight (Ton): 55,828 Gross Tonnage (M): 100,430 Filmed at 6:25am, Tuesday May 23, 2017 using my DJI Phantom 3 Advanced version quadcopter drone. Music: Parasail by Silent Partner
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Triple Header VIA Train 15 - "The Ocean" at Folly Mountain, NS (Jan 6, 2016)
 
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Eastbound VIA Rail train 15 aka "The Ocean" (Halifax, NS to Montreal, QC) led by F40PH-3's 6402, 6419, and 6440 is first seen crossing the viaduct over highway 4 as it climbs Folly Mountain. Then in the second clip, the train is seen crossing Stevens Road at the east end of Folly Lake siding. Back to the usual renaissance equipment today as the holiday season is over, but a longer than normal length train. Filmed at 1:50pm and 2:02pm near mile 23 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Containerman2's 2017 Year in Review!!! The Year's Ship Spotting Highlights.
 
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What a Year 2017 has been! In this video we take a look at my ship spotting highlights including my trip in April to the Panama Canal. While in Panama, I seen the largest container vessel to ever transit the Canal - The COSCO DEVELOPMENT. Also in this video, I included some aerial shots of container vessels at the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and one clip shot in Saint John, NB, Canada. The ships featured I this video are as follows: Panama Canal EVER LIFTING IMO: 9629122 - 8508 TEU MSC VIDISHA R IMO: 9227326 - 4112 TEU JUMBO KINETIC IMO: 9634165 - Heavy Lift Vessel MAERSK NIJMEGEN IMO: 9434929 - 2556 TEU MSC SILVIA IMO: 9720457 - 9400 TEU CAP SAN SOUNIO IMO: 9633953 - 10,589 TEU COSCO DEVELOPMENT IMO: 9472139 - 13,092 TEU Halifax ATLANTIC SKY IMO: 9670597 - 3800 TEU (Maiden Voyage) BILBAO BRIDGE IMO: 9492701 - 4526 TEU YM MODERATION IMO: 9664897 - 6350 TEU CMA CGM THAMES IMO: 9674567 - 9365 TEU ZIM ANTWERP IMO: 9398448 - 10,070 TEU NYK TERRA IMO: 9354167 - 6622 TEU Saint John MSC KIM IMO: 9351581 - 4354 TEU I will be uploaded a 2017 year in review of my railfanning highlights in the next day or two. I would like to wish all my subscribers and viewer a Happy New Year and all the best in 2018! All these clips were filmed with my Canon VXIAI HF R70 or my DJI Phantom 3 Advanced quadcopter drone. Please note: No sound available for portions of this video.
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Awesome EMD Sound! IC 3108 Switching Containers at Rockingham Yard (Mar 21, 2017)
 
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Turn your speakers up for this one! Railfanning Halifax Area March 21-22 video 1 of 4 Canadian National / Illinois Central Railroad locomotive IC 3108 (EMD GP40-2R) gives it some throttle as it switches some double stack intermodal containers at Rockingham Yard. The IC Geep is preparing the intermodal cars for this evening's CN 121. After spending about 2-3 weeks in the Moncton area, IC 3108 found a new home at Rockingham Yard. There is no better sound than older EMD engines in run 8! Filmed at 5:42pm, Tuesday March 21, 2017 at about mile 6 of the CN Bedford Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Bomb Cyclone! CN Train 407 at Moncton, NB during Major Storm (Jan 4, 2018)
 
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A Southern New Brunswick Winter Railfanning Video! Canadian National Railway locomotives 2630 and 2587 (both C44-9W's) power CN manifest train 407 (Dartmouth, NS to Moncton, NB Gordon Yard) westbound at Moncton, NB in heavy snow hauling 68 cars of mixed freight and autoracks. A decent size Truro pickup today with lots of CBNS traffic. Southern New Brunswick, and much of the eastern seaboard is being hit with a major winter storm dubbed "the Bomb Cyclone" with lots of snow, freezing rain, rain, and hurricane force winds in some areas. Filmed at 2:45pm, Thursday January 4, 2017 at about mile 124.8 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Thompson Canyon - AC Gevo Sisters on CN Stack Train 102 at Savona, BC (June 8, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Savona - Walhachin video 2 of 3 Canadian National Railway ES44AC Gevo Sisters 2939, and rear DPU 2940 power CN intermodal stack train Q102 (Robert's Bank, BC to Toronto BIT, ON) eastbound through Savona, BC hauling 86 cars of double stack containers. Filmed at 1:46pm, Wednesday June 8, 2016 at about mile 25.7 of the CN Ashcroft Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Largest Ship to Ever Transit the Panama Canal! COSCO DEVELOPMENT at Agua Clara Locks (May 2, 2017)
 
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Panama Canal Ship Spotting May 2 video 4 of 4 The massive 13,092 TEU COSCO Shipping Neo-Panamax container vessel COSCO DEVELOPMENT slowly and carefully makes her approach to the new Agua Clara Locks on Gatun Lake on it's historic northbound Panama Canal transit. With the help of the Panama Canal Authority tugs CERRO PICACHO (bow), CERRO LA VIEJA (starboard), and CERRO CAMPANO (stern), the 141,800 ton COSCO DEVELOPMENT enters and passes through the new Agua Clara Locks of the expanded Panama Canal. This vessel is the first 13,000+ TEU container ship to transit the new expanded Panama Canal and the largest vessel of any kind to ever transit from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. However, since I shot this video, a slightly larger capacity vessel the OOCL FRANCE at 13,208 TEU made the transit in late May, 2017. This vessel likely paid over a million dollars for this 10 hour transit. However it would have costed several million dollars in fuel and other expenditures if it had to travel around South America and would add another three weeks transit time from Asia to the east coast of the United States. Also worth mentioning that COSCO Shipping is (as of April 1, 2017) part of the Ocean Alliance with partners CMA CGM, Evergreen, and OOCL. COSCO was previously part of the CKYHE alliance. This is also my last video I shot during my two week stay in Panama. IMO Number: 9472139 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Hong Kong / China Operator: COSCO Shipping Completion Year: 2011 / 08 Maximum TEU Capacity: 13,092 Maximum Speed (Kn): 24.6 Overall Length (M): 366.00 Overall Beam (M): 48.20 Maximum Draught (M): 15.50 Deadweight (Ton): 140,609 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 141,823 Last Port: Shanghai, China Next Port: Norfolk, USA Filmed at 12:40pm to 3pm, Tuesday May 2, 2017 at the Agua Clara Expansion Visitors Center. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70 Sorry, the caption says 13,000 TEU but it's actually 13,092 TEU. Please note: This is a very long video, so feel free to skip ahead - the ship begins to enter the lock chamber at about 5:30 and a nice close-up view of the bridge/wheelhouse at 9:15
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Citirail Lease Unit! Long CN Train 305 w/DPU at Lutesville East (Dec 12, 2017)
 
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A Southern New Brunswick Winter Railfanning Video! Canadian National Railway locomotives 2840 (ES44AC), 2967 (ES44AC), CREX 1518 (ES44AC), 3037 (Tier 4 ET44AC), 2920 (ES44AC), and mid-train remote DPU 2918 (ES44AC) power a long CN manifest train M305 (Moncton, NB Gordon Yard to Toronto, ON MacMillan Yard) slowly accelerating westbound at Lutesville East just after departing the Gordon Yard hauling 170 cars (674 axles) of mixed freight, some baretables, and some intermodal containers. The consist also includes a crane and three empty Canpotex potash hoppers. The third unit on the train is a Citirail lease unit. The has been short on power for about the last couple months, so they are leasing about 150 units, including these Citirail CREX AC traction units. The last think CN wants heading into the winter is a power shortage. Filmed at 10:35am, Tuesday December 12, 2017 at about mile 131 of the CN Springhill Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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CN Geeps Haul Containers at Halterm Container Terminal - Halifax, NS (July 13, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Halifax Area July 12-13 video 6 of 7 Canadian National Railway locomotives (Geeps) 9486 and 9416 (both EMD GP40-2LW's) lead a cut of double stack containers out of the Halterm Container Terminal at the south end of Halifax, NS. Filmed at 3:57pm, Wednesday July 13, 2016 from the South Park Street overpass (about mile 1.2 of the CN Bedford Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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CN Stack Train 121 Makes Up Train at Rockngham Yard - Halifax, NS (Sept 6, 2017)
 
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Railfanning Halifax Area September 6-8 video 5 of 9 Canadian National Railway locomotives 8893 (EMD SD70M-2), 2691 (C44-9W), 2647 (C44-9W), and 2869 (ES44AC Gevo) are first seen entering the Rockingham Yard shorty after leaving the shop at Fairview Junction. A short time later set off the DPU (unit 2869) onto the rear portion of their train. The last part of the video shots the lead three units beginning to build CN intermodal stacktrain Q121 (Rockingham Yard/Halifax, NS to Toronto BIT, ON) as night begins to settle over the Rockingham yard on a foggy evening. When altogether, CN 121 will have about 180 cars of mostly double stack intermodal containers. Filmed at 6:40pm and 7:25pm, Wednesday September 6, 2017 at about mile 6 of the CN Bedford Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Container Ship MAERSK BATUR at Miraflores Locks - Panama Canal (April 24, 2017)
 
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Panama Canal Ship Spotting April 24 video 1 of 3 The Maersk Line container vessel MAERSK BATUR passes through the famous Miraflores Locks on her northbound transit through the Panama Canal. In this video, we a have a good look at the "Mule" locomotives that help keep the ships lined up straight as they pass through the lock chambers. The Miraflores Visitor's Center offers a great view of the locks and the ships passing through. IMO Number: 9402029 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Singapore Operator: Maersk Maximum TEU Capacity: 3194 Maximum Speed (Kn): 22.4 Overall Length (M): 222.50 Overall Beam (M): 32.20 Maximum Draught (M): 12.00 Deadweight (Ton): 43,273 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 35,835 Last Port: Auckland, New Zealand Next Port: Colon, Panama Filmed at 9:00am to 9:45am, Monday April 24, 2017 at the Panama Canal Miraflores Visitor's Center. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70 Due to a large crowd, I was not able to use my tripod.
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EMD SD40-2 Leads a Panama Canal Railway Stack Train at Pedro Miguel, Panama (April 28, 2017)
 
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A Panama Railfanning video! Panama Canal Railway Company (PCRC) locomotives 1866 (EMD SD40-2), and 1864 (ex Amtrak EMD F40PH) power a southbound intermodal stacktrain through Pedro Miguel, Panama hauling the usual 55 cars of double stack containers and empty bulk-head container cars. I was hoping for a northbound stacktrain at this location but I settled for a southbound instead. Filmed at 1:40pm, Friday April 28, 2017 at Pedro Miguel, Panama. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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Thompson Canyon - CN Stack Train 112 w/Rear DPU at Kissick, BC (June 8, 2016)
 
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Railfanning Kissick video 2 of 4 Canadian National Railway locomotives 3037 (Tier 4 ET44AC), 2917 (ES44AC), and rear remote 2806 (ES44AC) provide traction for a long CN intermodal stack train Q112 (Vancouver VIT, BC to Toronto BIT, ON) eastbound popping out of the tunnel near Kissick, BC in the Thompson Canyon hauling 152 cars of double stack containers. This is a very scenic spot and awesome location for filming trains, especially eastbounds. This is definitely one of my favorite videos from my BC trip. Filmed at 8:45pm, Wednesday June 8, 2016 at about mile 8.5 of the CN Ashcroft Subdivision. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Intense Freight Train Action at Hamburg - Harburg, Germany - 22 Trains in 2 hours! (June 16, 2015)
 
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This video is a compilation of all the freight trains seen at Hamburg - Harburg train station from about 9:50am to 11:50am, Tuesday June 16, 2015 Hamburg - Harburg station is located about 10km south-east of downtown Hamburg, Germany and is a major passenger railway station. It is also located between the Port of Hamburg (One of Europe's busiest) and a major rail freight marshalling yard just south of Hamburg - Harburg station making it a hot spot for freight traffic. Here are the trains that I seen. 1. ES 64 F4-456 Intermodal train 2. DB 185 342-3 Container train 3/4. MRCE 145 086-5 Tanks / DB Railion 296 037-5 and 363 622-2 Switchers 5. DB Double header mix freight 6/7. DB 185 205-2 Container train / 185 563-4 Light engine 8. 145-CL 015 Tank train 9/10. Railpool 185 717-6 Container / DB 185 236-7 Container 11. DB 185 009-8 Tank train 12. DB 145 051-9 Hopper train 13. DB 185 330-5 Mix freight train 14/15. DB 140 843-4 & 140 658-2 Hopper train / DB Container 16. DB 151 001-5 Hopper train 17. Chem Oil 482 012-2 Container train 18. LOCON E 189-820 Container train 19. DB 185 183-1 Gondola freight train 20. DB 185 342-3 Container train 21. DB 261 099-6 Yard switcher 22. DB 152 142-6 Container train Filmed at Hamburg - Harburg train station Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R500
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Container Ship MAERSK BRANI at Gamboa - Panama Canal - Gaillard Cut (April 28, 2017)
 
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Panama Canal Ship Spotting April 28 video 5 of 7 The container vessel MAERSK BRANI sails past Gamboa, Panama and enters the narrow Culebra (Gaillard) Cut on her southbound Panama Canal transit. IMO Number: 9409352 Ex Name: Flag / Nationality: Singapore Operator: Maersk Completion Year: 2009 / 12 Maximum TEU Capacity: 3194 Maximum Speed (Kn): 22.4 Overall Length (M): 222.50 Overall Beam (M): 32.20 Maximum Draught (M): 12.00 Deadweight (Ton): 43,269 Gross Tonnage (Ton): 35,835 Last Port: Cartagena, Columbia Next Port: Balboa, Panama Filmed at 3:45pm, Friday April 28, 2017 at Gamboa, Panama. Camera: Canon VIXIA HF R70
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