CN 1900-1917 (GMD GMD-1, built 1958-1959; retired in 1995-97)
Done. Cut in half and piled at a local junk yard. Ex. VIA RDC's wait to finished off. These were bought by I.R.S. in Moncton with hopes to be rebuilt and used. Never Happened.
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Stranger in these parts. Former IC SD 70 leads CN train 406. Just out of Gordon Yard in Moncton and onto the main line. This is where they start to give some throttle to get up to track speed.
On a cool Fall morning, CN B730 pulls into Gort for a crew change. The new crew will take the train the rest of the way to Saint John, New Brunswick
VIA Rail F40PH-2 6443, with VIA F9B 6621 (ex-CN) on train 14 the Ocean.
Back in 1980 I worked for an industrial instrumentation company that sometimes sent me on field trips to get customer feedback. One of our customers was Canadian National, which meant a chance to ... (more)
Canadian National M630 (C630M) is in for work at the Moncton, NB, diesel shop that maintained the large fleet of MLW power that CN assigned to the Atlantic provinces.
CN 2858 leads a CN 474 train, as they head into CN's Gordon Yard in Moncton, New Brunswick. On the left and side, CN 305 is waiting for their arrival before departing westbound.
CN 2875 heads under the overpass at Gort, as they put their train together at Moncton, New Brunswick, with a six unit lashup.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Racing along the curve, the Ocean is just minutes away from the station stop in Moncton, NB, with a pleasant train of SS Budds in tow!
A new location for me, CN 2593 leads a small CN 407, as they head by Painsec Jct, approaching Moncton, New Brunswick.
CN 2891 leads a B730 potash train, as they arrive for a crew change at CN's Gordon Yard in Moncton, New Brunswick. On the left track, is a late CN 305, waiting for the potash train to clear the sw... (more)