EXO 1207 passes Turcot Ouest with ex-GO Transit AMT 1344 for power.
After bringing a train of baretables to the Port of Montreal, CN 567 is returning light towards Taschereau Yard with CSXT 44, CSXT 5348 & CN 2204. When the Port of Montreal went on strike this pas... (more)
CN 2815 & CN 3239 are the power on CN 120 as it rounds a curve in St-Henri, the third of three eastbounds during a half hour period (with CN 306 and CN 324 ahead).
CN 8952 was repainted into GTW colors by AMP shops in Danville NY, and arrived on CN M36831 11 this morning in Montreal, QC. This is rumored to be the first unit out of 18 to be painted in heritag... (more)
CN X319 has CN 3280 & CN 2613 for power as it approaches Turcot Ouest with a train of windmill blades. At left are a large number of grain cars, with CN 3046 on the tail end of CN 878 visible on t... (more)
Windmill train CN X319 is approaching Turcot Ouest with CN 8807 & CN 5733 for power.
CN 8882 leads CN 305, seen departing Turcot Ouest after a crew change.
A new crew has just gotten onboard CN 731 at Turcot Ouest. This train consists of 252 empty potash cars and has CN 3022 up front CN 2957 mid-train. The inbound crew can be seeing putting their gea... (more)
CN 3058, CN 3016, CN 2825 & CN 4778 are the power on CN 120 as it passes through St-Henri.
CN 324 has a trio of ES44DC's (CN 2306, CN 2262 & CN 2312) as it heads east with 94 cars for the NECR. At left VIA 35 is stopped and will only get its signal once CN 324 clears.
Over 1,000 axles. CN 731 has 252 empty potash cars (along with GE's CN 3022 up front and CN 2957 mid-train, for a total of 1,020 axles) as it approaches Turcot Ouest where it will get a new... (more)
A trio of GE's (CN 3089, CN 3022 & CN 2971) leads CN 120 through St-Henri.
CN 846 has 100 loads of corn from Iowa and CN 3034, CN 2103 & CN 8908 for power as it approaches Turcot Ouest.
CN 305 is stopped and changing crews at Turcot Ouest as VIA 67 passes it on the north track of CN's Montreal Sub. VIA 62 had just passed on the south track a few minutes before.
VIA 912 brings up the rear of VIA 35 as it prepares to knock down the clear signal up ahead.