CN 3070 leads a potash train through nice Fall colors, approaching Petitcodiac, New Brunswick.
Destined to Montreal, Canadian National #529 is racing through the Richelieu River Valley few miles north of the Canada/U.S border on a pleasant fall afternoon.
Before heading down to the harbour spur, I snap a few photos of my train with a pair of widecab GP38's sitting east of the Scott St. ladder on the TTR.
CP 8804 leads a unit coal train over the Harrison River, eastbound on the CP Cascade Sub.
One of the four EMD SD70ACe demonstrator acquired by Canadian National, leads Montreal-St Albans VT (NECR) extra #324 across the eastern arm of the Richelieu River at the north end tip of Lake Cha... (more)
CSXT 751 is the sole power on a 53-car CN 327 as it heads west through Beaconsfield on the north track of CN's Kingston Sub. This is the first time I've seen this train with only one engine.
A quartet of Wabush Lake RS18 units are seen with a long westbound empty ore train. The train was picked up from the QNSL at Ross Bay Jct and is headed for the mine at Wabush
Grand Canyon of Canada is what many call the deep defile along the Upper Fraser River. It is officially called the Fraser River Canyon. The long 2.2% former British Columbia Railway grade north o... (more)
AMT 1342 leads a 7-car AMT 76 towards the island of Montreal on a humid morning.
RLHH 3049 and RLHH 3404 move a dimensional transformer load across the Grand River in Caledonia.
VIA Rail Canada F40PH-3 #6416 in charge of westbound train 65 from Montréal, QC to Toronto, ON crossing the Ganaraska River bridge on Canadian National rails.
Long hood forward! Westbound empty ribbon rail train led by Canadian Pacific GP38-2 #3043 crossing Ganaraska River near downtown Port Hope.
A short Canadian National work train approaches the west end of White Canyon along the Thompson River between Morris and Lasha, British Columbia, on September 27, 2015.
Exercising trackage rights on the VIA Rail Alexandria Subdivision, Canadian National Coteau Jct-Ottawa Turn #589 is crossing the Canadian Pacific Winchester Subdivision at De Beaujeu.
Toronto-Halifax Canadian National #120 is crossing the Richelieu River at Beloeil on gorgeous fall morning. On June 29, 1864, a Grand Trunk train with more than 350 passengers was travelling from ... (more)