In a great scenic spot, train 407 heads through Folly Lake, Nova Scotia with 5 engines on the point.
A 5 pack of power leads train 407 at the trestle at East Mines, Nova Scotia.
During a beautiful sunrise, stack train Q120 heads through the scenic Folly Lake, Nova Scotia.
With more stormy skies covering most of Nova Scotia, a small sun pocket makes an appearance as a 5 pack leads train 407 approaching the Salt Plant at Nappan, Nova Scotia.
A break in the foggy weather along this part of the subdivision, train Q120 crosses the East Mines trestle, approaching Debert, Nova Scotia.
Up and down over the dips of the weeded Newcastle Sub, VIA 14 heads through Gallagher Ridge, approaching Pacific Jct, just west of Moncton, New Brunswick.
At sunrise, train 120 is eastbound at Springhill Jct, Nova Scotia.
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.
With thunder storms looming behind in Nova Scotia, train 407 approaches the border to New Brunswick, at Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia, with the massive turbines in the background. A few lightening st... (more)
Memories of winter. After the first storm of the 2017-2018 season, train 406 rumbles by Passekeag, New Brunswick.
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 the sun a few hours away from setting, train 406 is eastbound, passing the farms and corn fields of Southern New Brunswick.
CN 2570 leads a short 406, with about 2,000 feet in tow, and a wave from the friendly MJR.
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.