CN Q120 crosses over from New Brunswick into Nova Scotia, as they head by Fort Lawrence, approaching Amhest, Nova Scotia near sunrise.
At sunrise, CN Q120 is eastbound, passing Palmers Pond, at Dorchester, New Brunswick.
With the head end just clearing the signal at Upper Dorchester, CN Q120 heads eastbound, approaching Dorchester, New Brunswick, with an EX CSX, now GECX unit in the consist.
CN 2521 leads empty potash train L594, as they head through the thick fog, approaching Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
Running about 4 hours late, CN Q120 rounds the S-Curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick, in some nice early morning light.
A late CN Q120 passes by the VIA station at Moncton, New Brunswick. Parked near the station is the power and 4 cars for the CN Safety Days passenger train, which will run between CN's Gordon Yard ... (more)
Pulling through the thick fog, CN 2521 leads eastbound potash train L594, as they head up an incline, approaching Apohaqui, New Brunswick, with the early morning sun trying to shine through. .
With the last bit of morning fog burning off, CN 2961 leads CN Q120, as they rumble around the bend at Memramcook, New Brunswick.
CN 3002 leads CN B730 as they rumble by the unnamed lake, approaching Saint John, New Brunswick.
High Flood Waters! With record floods in New Brunswick, the waters along the Saint John and Kennebacasis Rivers are finally starting to recede. Seen here, CN B730 crosses over the Kennebaca... (more)
Leaser unit CREX 1505 leads train 406, as they climb the grade approaching mile 75 of the Sussex Subdivision, nearing Saint John, New Brunswick.
Leaser unit CREX 1505 leads train 406, as they head by the old train station, now a tourist bureau, at Hampton, New Brunswick.
Leaser unit CREX 1505 leads train 406, as they head through Passekeag, New Brunswick.
CN 3055, with a rare trailing unit(around here), CEFX 1011 powers potash train B730, as they head by a beautiful, "unnamed lake", as they start their descent down into their final destin... (more)
CN 3119 leads eastbound train 406, as they head by the station sign at "McCullys", the location of the Potash Corp mines, which were shut down back in 2016.