A heavy snow falls as CMQ Job 1 departs Jackman for the Canada. The 1910 Canadian Pacific station still stands in the middle of town. In a few short weeks, the line will fall back under the contro... (more)
After arriving at Jackman, Job 1 with Bangor & Aroostook SD40-2F leading, is seen at the depot taking head room to make its pickup as a light snow begins to fall.
Job 1 at Jackman Station which was first owned by CP Rail followed by CDAC, and MMA Rail.
Job 1 taking 2 loaded lumber racks that will be added to their train from Bjct and will go on to Canada.
Pulling ahead light power from their train, CMQ Job 1 with 3 Ex CP SD40-2F's and CEFX 419 slowly rolls over the switches in Jackman as the summer night comes into town.
In last light, CMQ Job 1 arrives into Jackman and get ready to switch out some empty log cars around as the red sky in the back glows.
The 2 CMQ GE's shine bright in the evening sun as they work Jackman Yard.
Job 1 pulls a cut of loaded logs off of the siding in Jackman.
The 2 big CMQ GE's stand guard next to the old Jackman Station.
Job 2's power sits next to the old Jackman Station in the evening light.
Job 1's crew takes Job 2's power and works Jackman Yard before running around their train and heading East. Power is CMQ's 2 newest AC44CWs that were former CEFX units.
Job 1 pulls up to the station while working the local logging transloads.
With their work complete, the US crew is handing off the train to the Canadian crew for the rest of the trip into Farnham outside Montreal.
Job 1 has its Canadian crew aboard and they are pulling past Job 2 (with the Job 400 crew). The crew changes points were moved following the disaster at Lac-Megantic in 2013. The Canadian influe... (more)
After switching out some log cars, the crew of CMQ westbound train #1 tacks back on to there train. Bangor & Aroostock Heritage unit #9017 leads the way.