ONR 1400 is partly covered in snow at Exporail.
VIA 6921, CP 4237, CP 4563 & CN 1382 in the snow at Exporail.
The only Train Master to survive the scrapper's torch rests at Exporail.
The Exporail Christmas train is stopped as the volunteers close a fence at the northeastern corner of the site. The 'IPR' in the 'IPR JCT' sign stands for 'Interprovincial Railway'.
4-4-0 CP 144 and 4-6-4 CP 2850 at Exporail.
One of two GP9's preserved at Exporail (the other being AMT 1311), CP 1609 sits outside, with the end of SD40-2 CP 5903 visible at left.
The Exporail Christmas Train is stopped in front of Hays Station after its last run of the day.
The Exporail Christmas train is passing Barrington Station after the train ran to the northeastern corner of the site to close the fence once the last revenue move had run.
Christmas trees are for sale at the entrance to Exporail's parking lot and are seen around OSC 25, a steam engine that was in use until 1962 in Sydney, Nova Scotia.
CP 4237 and VIA 6921 are seen at Exporail. Barely visible at left and right are three more CP engines (CP 5903, CP 1608 & CP 4563).
GP9's meet at Exporail as AMT 1311 passes CP 1608. After the last run of the day of the Christmas Train, they area heading towards the northeastern corner of the site to close the fence.
Volunteers work on the track at Exporail as freshly restored VIA 6309 at right glistens in the sun.
Fading vs fresh paint. The fading paint on SLQ 3569 contrasts with the fresh paint on recently restored VIA 6309, seen at far left.
The nose of freshly restored VIA 6309.
A bit of steam from the passing John Molson wifts past recently restored VIA 6309. At left is GP9 CP 1608