CN 3119 leads eastbound train 406, as they approach Sussex, New Brunswick, at sunset.
With the sun setting for another day, eastbound train 406 passes mile 5 of the CN Sussex Sub, as they begin the uphill climb to Fundy, and arrive at their final destination of CN's Gordon Yard in ... (more)
In some nice early morning sun, CN 8878 is eastbound, leading stacker train Q120, as they approach Amherst, Nova Scotia.
CN 8103 leads westbound train Q121, as they head across the 3,920 foot Salmon River trestle on Canada Day, 2016.
CN 5708 leads work train 901, as they head out to lay down rail on the Sussex Subdivision.
CN 8838 leads eastbound train Q120, as they pass in front of Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, approaching the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border. The 90 degree curve of the track adds a nice affect t... (more)
The day after a 30cm of snow dumping, CN 2341 leads train 406, as they smash through a small snow pile at Torryburn, nearing Saint John, New Brunswick.
Snow begins to fall as CN 406, with a dash-9 leading hits the crossing at Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
A CN Dash-9 leads train A406, through a small snowbank after a snowstorm the day before.
During a colorful sky at sunrise, an AC leads Q121, shortly after departing Moncton, New Brunswick. Next up, the crew change at Edmundston, New Brunswick, about 225 miles away, by rail.
"Death Star", IC 1010 leads CN A406, as they approach mile 38, at McCullys, the location of the old Potash Corp mines, which were shut down two years ago.
"Death Star", IC 1010 leads CN A406, as they rumble through Passekeag, nearing the town of Hampton, New Brunswick. The clouds finally starting to part, only took 60 miles for it to happe... (more)
The day after a third snowstorm hit in a one week period, dumping 40+ centimeters of snow, GMTX 2666 leads NBSR eastbound train 908, as they plow through some of the major banks and drifts along t... (more)
A CN eastbound X474 starts it's trek across the massive 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle at New Denmark, New Brunswick.
CN 2949 leads A406, as they approach a snowy Petitcodiac, New Brunswick.