CN 5744 is the lead unit on CN 310 as it passes through Coteau.
CN 377 crosses the Ottawa River with CN 2618 & CSXT 460 for power as it heads west.
Preparatory work. Preparatory work for the REM (Réseau express métropolitain) light rail project has begun where it will parallel CN's St-Hyacinthe Sub. Here VIA 67 with VIA 6413 leading cr... (more)
The evolution of CP steam. Built 52 years apart, 4-4-0 CP 144 (built by CP in 1886) and 4-6-4 CP 2850 (built by MLW in 1938) illustrate the evolution of CP steam as they rest side by side i... (more)
70-tonner CN 30 out in the sun and snow at Exporail.
After bringing cars to the Port of Montreal, CN 7233 & CN 227 are heading back light to Pointe St-Charles Yard.
Control cab in the background. CP 414501 is a 250-ton self-propelled wreck crane built by Industrial Brownhoist that is preserved at Exporail. Lurking in the background is control cab CP 11... (more)
CN 377 with CN 2618 & CSXT 460 for power ducks underneath a vintage signal bridge at Coteau.
CN 2618 & CSXT 460 lead a 113-car CN 377 westwards on the north track of CN's Kingston Sub.
A humpbacked prototype. Built as an ET44AC prototype, GECX 2039 sports a humpbacked profile not found on production models of the ET44AC. It is seen stopped at Coteau as CN 372 works the ya... (more)
CN 2618 & CSXT 460 lead a 113-car CN 377 past MP 22 of CN's Kingston Sub on a crystal clear, but frigid afternoon.
An unused 50-Tonner sits in the bushes at the AllRail facility.
CN 7233 & CN 227 are heading back to the main line light after dropping off a single boxcar at the Kruger plant located at the end of the Turcot Holding Spur.
NS power on stacks up north. NS 6982 & NS 9194 lead 4,000 feet worth of stacks into the Port of Montreal as CN 543 passes in front of the out of use grain elevator #5 on a frigid afternoon.
Five GP20C-ECO's (CP 2261, CP 2285, CP 2307, CP 2253 & CP 2257) lead CP F94 through the plant at Lavallée (named after CP employee and historian Omer Lavallée), where the Seaway Spur leaves the Ad... (more)