A single unit is enough power for a short, four car "Rapido" from Montreal to Quebec City as it crosses the Yamaska River. The 1800 H.P. MLW FPA-4 was sold only to CN, with 34 A-units a... (more)
Two RS-18's hustle "The Chaleur" from Gaspe, QC over the last miles into Montreal. Even in summer a steam generator car is included in the consist.
After putting a single boxcar in the siding, the power runs around the car before shoving it into the Kruger Plant located at the end of the Turcot Holding Spur. In the background is the rapidly c... (more)
CN 9566 sits waiting on the next assignment deep within President's Island.
CN 8007 leads a long A497 train past south Tuscola with some nice trailing units in tow.
IC Dash 9-44CW 2698, SD75I 5773 and ES44DC 2223 lead a loaded crude oil train east on the Vegreville Sub.
Three RS-18's accelerate a long, eastbound freight between St. Hilaire and St. Hyacinthe.
Canadian National CLC (FM) CFA16-4 9322, MLW RS-3 3040 and CLC (FM) H16-44 2213 at CN Montreal Yard, Lachine, Quebec on June 19, 1968. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed... (more)
After waiting for VIA 24 to pass on the south track of CN's Montreal Sub, the Pointe St-Charles switcher has received permission to enter the main line and is heading east after crossing de Cource... (more)
CN 5734 & CN 2528 lead a very short CN 527 past Turcot Ouest as it heads towards Taschereau Yard on the new portion of CN's Montreal Sub.
CN 2659 is clearing the rails off after the first snowstorm of the 2015/2016 Winter.
CN 323 is passing underneath a set of signals in Montreal West 25 minutes before sunset, with CN 2509, CN 8886, CN 2565 & 81 cars received in interchange from the NECR in St. Albans, VT.
It feels more like spring than winter in this part of world as St Albans Vt(NECR)-Montreal Canadian National 323 is passing through St Jean with a friendly conductor on new year's day.
CN 2614 & GECX 7349 lead a 136-car CN 369 around a curve at about MP 35 of CN's Kingston Sub. They had just met counterpart CN 368 a few miles east of here.
On a wet and dreary day an M636 and an SD40 lead a westbound freight past the drawbridge tender's cabin.