This video is a train plowing through deep, fresh snow and getting some massive faceshots. This really must have been a rush for the guys driving the train. If you think about it, these train engineers must have been getting faceshots like this all day long.
It’s wild to be going fast and not being able to see where you’re going. We suppose there’s a bit less guesswork when you’re on rails, but it’s still gotta be a good rush.
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.