CN 2543, BCOL 4602 & CN 2515 are the power on CN 149 as it exits the Port of Montreal on a lovely morning.
GP9's CN 4135 & CN 7228 lead a 50-car transfer out of the Port of Montreal, with the lead unit letting out some smoke as it crosses the Lachine Canal.
Cleaning up after a derailment. Intermodal train CN 148 derailed on CN's Wharf Spur early this morning and the cleanup continued throughout the day today. Here Port of Montreal power (POM 2... (more)
CN 5686 & CN 8957 lead CN 149 over the Lachine Canal as this intermodal train exits the Port of Montreal.
Leapfrogging. A Port of Montreal truck crosses one of the many crossings in this area, leapfrogging a slowly approaching train so that it can protect another crossing, as a transfer led by ... (more)
The Pointe St-Charles switcher is leaving the Port of Montreal with twenty cars and CN 4135 & CN 7226 for power.
After bringing some cars into the Port of Montreal, the Pointe St-Charles switcher is leaving the port light with GP9's CN 4135 & CN 7226. Crossing gates (not yet completed and in use) will soon p... (more)
New crossing gates. A transfer led by CN 7226 is sitting at the western end of Port of Montreal trackage, where it becomes the CN Wharf Spur. It cannot leave until security is in place to f... (more)
Baretables into the port. CN 564 with repainted BCOL 4647 as sole power is entering the Port of Montreal with a long string of baretables. Behind the train is the out of use grain elevator ... (more)
A bridge piece over the bridge. A piece (rated D9r) destined for the new Champlain Bridge in Montreal is crossing the bridge over the Lachine Canal, destined for the Port of Montreal, with ... (more)
CN 149 has CN 5663, NS 9012, NS 3623 and 13,000 feet of intermodal traffic for Toronto and Chicago as it leaves the Port of Montreal on a gorgeous morning.
A late 149 is crossing the Lachine Canal a bit after noon with CN 2295, CN 2283 & CN 8013 for power as it exits the Port of Montreal with intermodal traffic for Toronto and Chicago.
A rare BNSF leader. Very unusually for Eastern Canada, a BNSF unit is leading a train, with BNSF 7421 and CN 2423 the power on a late CN 149 leaving the Port of Montreal. This BNSF unit led... (more)
A snow-covered CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal wtih BCOL 4626, CN 2648 and CN 2590 for power.
Just before being retired. The Port of Montreal had two SW1001's (POM 7601 & POM 7602) and both are seen taking part in the 2010 edition of the Old Port Symphony. Both were off the roster b... (more)