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RailPictures.Net Photo: CN 7272 Canadian National Railway EMD GP9 at Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Michael Berry

Net Photo: CN 7272 Canadian National Railway EMD at Montreal, Quebec, Canada by Michael Berry

The "Rocky Mountaineer Train" on the Canadian Pacific Railway through Banff National Park. #canada #travel #train

The "Rocky Mountaineer Train" on the Canadian Pacific Railway through Banff National Park, Alberta - Canada. Places To Travel Before You Die

Barry's Bay - This tower is most likely the only remaining wooden water tower in Ontario. The Canadian National Railway (CNR) line ran from Ottawa to Depot Harbour.

Barry's Bay - This tower is the only remaining wooden water tower in Ontario. The Canadian National Railway (CNR) line ran from Ottawa to Depot Harbour, 20 minutes from Golden Lake.

New technology by Canadian National Railway Co. railway and InnoTech that turns bitumen into floating, waterproof tablets the size of a bar of soap and can be shipped by train with less risk of explosion or water contamination is held in Toronto in February. (Michelle Siu/The Globe and Mail)

CN develops technology that could make bitumen transportation safer

CN develops technology that could make bitumen transportation safer - The Globe and Mail

Several cars have caught fire after a Canadian National Railway train carrying crude oil derailed in northern Ontario, prompting officials to advise nearby residents to stay indoors and avoid consuming water from local sources.

Residents asked to stay indoors after train carrying crude derails

Several tanker cars caught fire after a Canadian National Railway train carrying crude oil derailed in northern Ontario, prompting officials to advise nearby residents to stay indoors and avoid consuming water from local sources.

RailPictures.Net Photo: CN 5139 Canadian National Railway EMD SD40 at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada by Bill Edgar

Net Photo: CN 5139 Canadian National Railway EMD at New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada by Bill Edgar

A train carrying crude oil that derailed in northern Ontario on Saturday—which resulted in numerous overturned cars catching fire and oil spilling into a local waterway— is the fourth such accident in North America in as many weeks. The train, owned by the Canadian National Railway Co., was passing over a bridge above the Makami River near the town of Gogama, Ontario when the derailment occurred, sending thirty-five cars off the tracks, at least five of which ended up in the water. A large…

'Before one more derailment, fire, oil spill and one more life lost, we need a moratorium on oil trains and we need it now.

RailPictures.Net Photo: CN 3028 Canadian National Railway GE ET44AC at Lytton, British Columbia, Canada by Owen Laukkanen

Net Photo: CN 3028 Canadian National Railway GE at Lytton, British Columbia, Canada by Owen Laukkanen

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