Here's an August 2004 view of the Station at Moosonee along with GP38-2 1806 leading tonight's southbound Polar Bear Express to the left. If the power for tonight's train seems a little "north" of the platform, there is a reason for it. Since ONR designated Observation Car "Indigo" as the Polar Bear's second Dining Car placing it on the tail end of the consist, the entire train must be moved in order for the "Indigo" to recieve water refilling. Once filled, the train is repositioned to it's original spot for boarding in about 3 to 4 hours.