A CN SD60 and two IC SD70's lead an empty iron ore train as it nears the harbor in Conneaut, Ohio, seen here about to cross Welton Road. Locomotives:CN 5422 SD60IC 1022 SD70IC ... (more)
After setting off and lifting cars at Pointe St-Charles Yard, CN 527 is now departing for Taschereau Yard with CN 2401 and 60 cars as it crosses the Lachine Canal.
Running thru a sliver of sunlight, IC 6252 leads 145 empty ore cars around the curve at Biwabik heading up to the Minorca mine for loading.
A quad pack of EMD's sound nice as they race by.
Running through Jones on a nice summer morning with empties for reloading at US Steel, Minntac.
After a meet with it's counterpart hauling empties north, a trio of GE's with loads gets on it and starts to pull 145 cars of taconite pellets as they continue on the trip between U.S. Steel Minnt... (more)
A trio of GE's with loads hold the main and give a roll by to their counterpart, with a mix of GE and EMD, hauling empties between Minntac and Two Harbors, MN.
A nice summer morning finds a trio of new to the former Missabe GE's gliding through the yard with taconite pellets from Minntac heading to Two Harbors.
Tax day in America finds a trio of new to the former Missabe GE's cutting through a snowstorm with taconite pellets from Minntac heading to Two Harbors.
Cutting through the cold winter's air with hot taconite pellets from Minntac bound for Proctor.
Gates now in use. The Pointe St-Charles Switcher is leaving the Port of Montreal with nine cars and CN 7054 & CN 4707 for power. It is passing one of the many crossings in this area that no... (more)
NB CN Local L523 bucks some drifts as they continue north during Blizzard Evelyn.
Solo cowl on passenger-only trackage. This section of CN's St-Hyacinthe Sub is normally passenger-only, with VIA Rail, Amtrak and RTM passenger trains passing over the Lachine Canal on the ... (more)
CN 4707 leads a 44-car transfer into the Port of Montreal as it crosses the eastern end of the Lachine Canal, as a boat in the foreground prepares to use one of the locks to continue downstream.
CN 2112 leads a T-bird south through Iron Junction.