CN 8899 leads an overpowered Q120, as they approach Amherst, Nova Scotia near sunrise. With only 3 units online, they had no problems powering this small 354 axle intermodal.
Near sunrise, CN 8838 leads stack train Q120, as they round the bend at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick.
With a deathstar on the point, CN Q120 heads by the turbines, as they approach Amherst, Nova Scotia.
With a deathstar on the point, CN Q120 rounds the foggy S-Curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick.
CN stack train Q120 has just crested the uphill climb through Folly Mountain, and are starting their descent, as they rumble through Folly Lake, Nova Scotia, near sunrise.
The sun is slowly starting to make it's way up over the horizon, as stack train Q120 rumbles it's way along at Dorchester, New Brunswick. Five minutes later, and this whole scene would be lit rea... (more)
CN stack train Q120 starts it's slight uphill climb, as they approach Debert, Nova Scotia. Shot with my Sigma 150-600mm lens, at 600mm.
In some nice early morning light, CN stack train Q120 crosses over the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border, at Fort Lawrence, approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia.
After a crew change and pick ups at Gordon Yard, CN train Q120 has departed, splitting the signals at downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, as they approach the VIA Rail station.
CN Q120 crosses over from New Brunswick into Nova Scotia, as they head by Fort Lawrence, approaching Amhest, Nova Scotia near sunrise.
At sunrise, CN Q120 is eastbound, passing Palmers Pond, at Dorchester, New Brunswick.
With the head end just clearing the signal at Upper Dorchester, CN Q120 heads eastbound, approaching Dorchester, New Brunswick, with an EX CSX, now GECX unit in the consist.
Running about 4 hours late, CN Q120 rounds the S-Curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick, in some nice early morning light.
A late CN Q120 passes by the VIA station at Moncton, New Brunswick. Parked near the station is the power and 4 cars for the CN Safety Days passenger train, which will run between CN's Gordon Yard ... (more)
With the last bit of morning fog burning off, CN 2961 leads CN Q120, as they rumble around the bend at Memramcook, New Brunswick.