On the job: The life of a railroader

2019 Fall | Career | On the Job | September 25, 2019
Story by Giselle Wedemire | Photos by John Ulan Photography
Locomotive engineer Leslie Lukan drives 60 miles an hour with 14,000 tonnes and more than two miles of train behind her. Her work assembling and driving freight trains is vital to Canada's economy, moving goods 365 days a year, 24/7.

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