Hey, that's cool. OH MY GOD IT'S BEING COOL RIGHT AT US!
If anyone is gonna build a Snowpiercer train in the future, it'll probably be the Canadian National Railway. This CN train, the 406 West, was filmed at 3:05 pm on Tuesday in Salisbury, New Brunswick (train people are great for specificity). It was the first of the day after a week with three separate blizzards, but that apparently means nothing to the insane, invincible force that is this freight train.
Containerman2, the YouTube train lover who bravely got pummeled with snow to film this, says he's "not even sure how many locomotives that train had" in order to plow so effectively through the snow. Containerman2 also wondered, as I did, how the conductors could see anything at all...like, you know, where to eventually stop.
Not that I care, though, because this is the coolest thing I've seen all week.
There's not really a point to watching after about 1:30, though, unless you like trains as much as containerman2.