The two six-axle units are slowing their train as they head downgrade to Ballantyne where they will enter Montreal Yard.
High clouds begin to filter the sun as Delaware Lackawanna PO74 rolls slowly through Pocono Summit, PA. The crew will spend the next hour or two here spotting loads at Ardent Mills.
The combination of five MLWs and ALCOs leading DL PO74 darkens the sky in Moscow, PA with a heavy consist of grain and mixed freight in tow.
Fortunately, there are no commuters on the station platform as two M636's and a FA-2 lay down a heavy smoke screen as they accelerate their train westbound out of St. Luc Yard.
On a wet and dreary day an M636 and an SD40 lead a westbound freight past the drawbridge tender's cabin.
A pair of six-motor MLW's, M636 and a C-630M, race an eastbound freight past the suburban St. Bruno station.
A westbound freight is making a lift from the small yard that is part of the west leg of the wye with the Valleyfield Sub. Coteau was and still is a busy junction on the CN Kingston Sub. where th... (more)
The fireman and headend brakeman are going into the station to confer with the agent-operator before making a lift from the yard. Coteau was and still is a busy junction on the CN Kingston Sub. w... (more)
The crew of PO74 arrived at Tobyhanna with a train of mostly grain loads for Ardent Mills in Mt. Pocono. After some switching at Tobyhanna, a cut of loaded centerbeam cars for Bestway in Cresco h... (more)
A 5-unit PO74 does a bit of switching adjacent to the former Lackawanna tower at Tobyhanna. A fresh blanket of snow completes this pre-Christmas scene.
GVT's Delaware Lackawanna leaves Scranton late morning with a train. Locomotives: DL 3643, DL 2461, DL 3642 with DL 405 and DL 2423 on the rear
Having completed the required standing inspection, the train soon will continue on its way to Smith Falls.
The train powered by two M636's that are barely four months old is stopped to make a standing inspection, as all westbound freights did at St. Clet. In this era of most freight cars still having ... (more)
This M636/C424/C424/RS3 lashup is in Run 8 as it charges up the St. Lazare Hill.
An eastbound freight moves through the Wentworth Golf Course on its way to the Arrival Yard at St. Luc.