VIA 26 about to meet VIA 27.
VIA 25 easing up on the thottle as it approaches the curve ¼ of a mile ahead.
VIA 20 being turned around for its trip back to Montreal as the 25.
VIA 27 accelerates after the curve and sets the throttle to 90+ MPH for the next 5 miles.
CN 401 with 8860,he will cut out 4 cars at Aston in 15 minutes.
Here,s the 401 after some work at Aston,this train has been around since the 80s always here in mid afternoon.
CN 207 speeds up as the 344 rear brakeman watches.
CN 232 was the intermodal of the time with its long load of containers.In the 1st few years with no van,we often saw the brakies riding the 2nd loco.
CN 233 approaching the bridge in the middle of the curve.
CN 485 back to Montreal with its empty rail carrier cars.3579 was the last one classified as M 420,MLW was taken over by Bombardier and the other 10,3580-89 were classified as HR-412.
VIA 11 from Mont-Joli stopped at Lévis,this train was abandonned in Jan 90 and the track is now a bike trail.
Mother and calf ready for the yard after having been rebuilt from 4330 and 4495.
3534 burnt down in NB some years ago and is being cannibalized little by little.
This is a well powered 345 with 2400 and 3 M-420s as helpers ,usually having 3 M-420s only,it,s just moving back on the Drummond after having left cars on the Bécancour.
VIA 23 eases up on the thottle approaching the bridge.