Waiting passengers watch the arrival of Canadian National train 15, the Halifax-Montreal Ocean, at Moncton, NB. Four diesels led by a classic MLW FPA4 cab unit front the lengthy summer consist of ... (more)
Built in 1959 as CN MLW RS-18 3843, converted to RSC-18 1750 in 1975, and equipped with six wheel A-1-A trucks that were designed for operation on light rail.
Canadian National MLW C-630M 2009 and 2043 with MLW M-636 2328, westbound at Marsh Junction on July 10, 1988.
CN Moncton Shops (diesel repair shops) Moncton, New Brunswick. April 19, 1987.
CN Bombardier HR616 2103. (2100-2119)
A pair of AC's lead train 474 as they arrive at Gordon Yard in Moncton, New Brunswick. On the right, train 305 waits for their arrival, before heading westbound towards Toronto.
A Battle Won!
Engineer Brian Murray is in control of train 305, as they put their train together at Gordon Yard in Moncton, New Brunswick.
This is no ordinary trip for Murray. This ... (more)
Running about 6-7 hours late, train 306 arrives at Gordon Yard at Moncton, New Brunswick at sunrise.
VIA Rail F40PH-2 6408 in spider-man 2 livery, with 6428 leads train 15 near Moncton, New Brunswick.
After heading through severe thunderstorms in Moncton, New Brunswick, a pocket of sunshine appears, as train 407 rounds the bend near the VIA Rail station.
After it's crew change at Moncton, New Brunswick, VIA 15 continues on, passing over a somewhat quiet Vaughan Harvey Blvd.
Making it's station stop at Moncton, New Brunswick, VIA 15 gets fueled up, as well as gets a crew change, before continuing it's trip up to Northern New Brunswick.
With a wave from Big J, train 407 heads by the VIA Rail station, passing the CN Moncton sign, while a sliver of sun decided to peek down onto the head end, just in time.
CN 8853 leads work train 901, shortly after departing Moncton, New Brunswick. They will head to Painsec Jct, where they will run around their train, and do a reverse movement for 10 miles before h... (more)
As the sun drops low, VIA's westbound Ocean pauses at Moncton, NB, on its overnight journey from Halifax to Montreal. Up front are one of VIA's classic MLW FPA4s and a companion B-unit.