CN 149 has just passed MP 22 of the Kingston Sub with a trio of SD75I’s (CN 5732, CN 5742 & CN 5673) & 193 platforms.
Outbound detour. After being stopped at this signal gantry for a short period (waiting for a foreman to clear up ahead), detour SLR 394 is on the move again with SLR 3004 leading four more ... (more)
Central Maine & Quebec ''OCS Train'' 3812 South with Vermont Railway and Pan Am equipment is heading toward Richford Vermont.
Shortly after sunrise, St Lawrence & Atlantic 393(detour) is crossing the Richelieu River in St Jean. Less than a quarter of a mile ahead, the consist will enter Canadian Pacific territory for the... (more)
Another G&W detour move in Montreal. A few months after sister G&W company QGRY had to detour into Montreal on CN's main line (due to a derailment on their bridge between Terrebonne and Lav... (more)
Past a wall of stacks. VIA 65 with VIA 906 and 5 LRC cars is passing CN 149.
Central Maine & Quebec 710 is returning to Farnham Yard after having picked up traffic at the interchange with Canadian Pacific at Iberville.
A trio of SD75I's. CN 149 is about to pass MP 14 of the Kingston Sub with a trio of SD75I’s (CN 5732, CN 5742 & CN 5673) & 193 platforms.
Crossing over. VIA 65 is crossing over from the north track to the south track of CN's Montreal Sub with VIA 905 leading four LRC cars.
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
It's a skating rink out there. A couple of days after a large amount of freezing rain coated the remaining snow in Montreal, uncleared fields and paths are a real skating rink. Here CN 120 ... (more)
Southbound Canadian National 324 roll into the setting sun toward te United-States at St-Blaise Quebec
CN 2407 & CN 8813 lead a shorter than usual CN 149 (368 axles) around a curve just past MP 22 of CN's Kingston Sub on a sunny morning.
VIA 917 leads VIA 37
An eastbound Rocky Mountaineer Railtours passenger train crosses the Columbia River entering Revelstoke, British Columbia, on the early autumn day of September 30, 2015.