IC 2699 leads stacker train Q120 as they approach the bend at Maccan, Nova Scotia, at sunrise.
CN 3079 leads stack train Q120 over the trestle at East Mines, Nova Scotia, with the sun rising for another day. Sometime over the last little while, everything along here had been brush cut, maki... (more)
After cresting the grade and starting their descent at Folly Lake, CN Q120 round the bend, picking up speed, approaching Londonderry, Nova Scotia with the sun rising in the background.
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
Through some thick fog, CN 3018 leads eastbound stack train Q120 as they round the non-viewable S-Curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick.
On a foggy February morning, CN 474 rounds the bend at Berry Mills, approaching Moncton, New Brunswick.
Under a fiery sunrise, the signal at the west end of Amherst is lit for CN Q120's arrival, who are a few miles away.
CN 8880 leads stack train Q120, as they split the signals at the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border, and are on the approach to Amherst, Nova Scotia.
CN 3018 leads stack train Q120, as they head into the sun at East Mines, approaching Debert, Nova Scotia.
After a quick little station stop at Sackville, New Brunswick, VIA 14, "The Ocean", continues on eastbound, heading towards Halifax, Nova Scotia.
With the early morning fog plentiful, eastbound stack train Q120 approaches the Trans Canada Highway overpass, approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia.
In some early morning light, CN 2013 leads test train 999 westbound, as they head to test sidings on the Napadogan Sub.
With a nice yellow sunrise, eastbound stack train Q120 approaches the hotbox at Maccan, Nova Scotia.
Through the fog, eastbound stack train Q120 heads heads up over the hill, and down into Debert, Nova Scotia.
CN 8880 leads eastbound stack train Q120, as they approach the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border.