A pair of Dash9-44CW's (CN 2555 & CN 2694) lead CN 377 through Pointe-Claire.
A wave from the conductor. CN 5783 & CN 2179 lead a 130-car CN 377 which is approaching MP 14 of the Kingston Sub, as the conductor waves from the lead unit.
CP 8511 & CP 6017 head west through Pointe-Claire with CP 143.
CP 8839 & UP 5531 lead a short CP 143 around a curve In Pointe-Claire on CP's Vaudreuil Sub. At right is CN's parallel Kingston Sub.
VIA 6407 brings up the rear of VIA 62. Up front is a wrapped P42DC.
After making its stop at Pointe-Claire Station (visible in the distance), RTM 53 is already slowing down for its next stop at the nearby Cedar Park Station. These two stations are only half a mile... (more)
CSXT 54 & CN 2179 lead CN 327 through Pointe-Claire with 55 cars to be set off at Coteau and the rest of the train for interchange to CSXT.
CN 3077 leads CN 377 as it rounds a curve and approaches MP 14 of CN's Kingston Sub. Operating mid-train is CN 3083.
Consecutively numbered units (and an Unstoppable unit leading). Empty ethanol train CP 651 (filled out with autoracks at St-Luc Yard) has consecutively numbered AC4400CW's CP 9777 & ... (more)
VIA 35 consists of VIA 6434 and four LRC cars as it heads west through Pointe-Claire.
Warbonnet leaser. PRLX 201 (an SD75M built for the ATSF in 1995) is the surprising leader on CN 327 (with CSXT 5323 & CSXT 45 trailing), as these units rarely lead in Canada. Also somewhat ... (more)
Standard cabs CN 2109 & CN 5470 (along with widecab CN 2668) lead a 510-axle CN 106 as it approaches MP 14 of CN's Kingston Sub.
Four years before the end. During the summer of 2014, CP 6249 and CP 6256 lead the westbound Expressway past the advance station sign for Valois. This piggyback service between Toronto and ... (more)
Cab car AMT 3005 leads RTM 29 westbound after its stop at Pointe-Claire Station.
VIA 669 has VIA 6438 leading four LRC cars as it heads west through Pointe-Claire.