NS 203 comes through vardo yard on a sunny day with a surprising CN locomotive in the lead.
CN 7083 & CN 7054 shove eight cars grain cars into the Robin Hood Flour Mill on CN's East Side Canal Bank Spur, with the mill visible in the background. This is the last client left on this line.
A trio of locomotives led a long intermodal train into Winnipeg, Manitoba.
CN 7083 & CN 7054 are heading west on the north track of the Montreal Sub as they cross St-Ambroise Street. Soon they will back up on the East Side Canal Bank Spur and drop off eight cars at the R... (more)
CN GP38-2W's 4795 and 4793 northbound at Harcourt, New Brunswick on the CN Newcastle subdivision; both built 01/1974.
CN 2946 leads a northbound intermodal through Crest Hill, entering the single track at Turner.
Flagging Charlevoix Street. CN 7083 & CN 7054 head light on the East Side Canal Bank Spur after dropping off eight cars at the Robin Hood Flour Mill (the last client on this line) as a crew... (more)
Two trains splitting two sets of signals. CN B730 is heading east through St-Henri as it splits a set of signals (not yet in use, though they've been in place over a year) near MP 3 of CN's... (more)
A highly unusual pair of CN GE's, a former BCOL cowl C40-8M repaint 4621 and former a IC C44-9W 2710 repaint come into the siding at CP-106 to meet a northbound rail train O039 at Cementon on a ... (more)
A fairly new Canadian National Tier IV GE leads a manifest into Lytton deep in the Fraser River Canyon. The Lytton area was once known as the Forks, and was settled during the Fraser Canyon Gold ... (more)
Canadian National Train A488 heads South through Mileston, MS.
Canadian National Train A488 heads South through Rising Sun, MS.
A rare and highly unusual former BCOL repainted cowl C40-8M and former IC C44-9W rumble across Route 144 on Track One southbound out of Selkirk NY. The crew will meet a nb K611 and the C712 loca... (more)
A pair of CN GP9RM's depart Byron, WI for the Quad Graphics plant just south of here in October of 2012. These units were quite a sight to see in an era of new GE's and EMD'S.