4-4-0 CP 144 and 4-6-4 CP 2850 at Exporail.
CSXT B763 is nearly at its destination of Beauharnois as it heads east (timetable north) with roadslug CSXT 2218, GP40-2 CSXT 6943 and 6 cars.
After dropping their train off, CSXT B763's light power is heading east a short distance before throwing a switch and heading west to tie down for the day.
IC 2459 is still in Conrail blue as it leads CN 323 in Montreal. This unit was originally leased by Conrail half the year, with CN leasing it the other half of the year.
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.
CSXT 6943 & CSXT 2218 are tied down in Beahnarnos, not too long after arriving on a later than usual CSXT B763.
The Exporail Christmas Train is stopped in front of Hays Station after its last run of the day.
CP 253 with heritage unit CP 7010 and CP 8902 is crossing CP's bridge over the St. Lawrence River.
CSXT B763 is on its way to Beauharnois as it passes MP 216 of CSX's Montreal Sub with roadslug CSXT 2218, GP40-2 CSXT 6943 and 6 cars.
An ex B&O GP40-2 is leading CSXT B763's light power as they prepare to tie down their power after dropping their train off (seen at left). Trailing is roadslug CSXT 2218.
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.
After changing crews, CN 305 is departing Turcot Ouest with CN 8820 up front and CN 2117 mid-train.
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.
Tagged. Two GP9's, including a tagged leader (CN 4141 & CN 7032) lead a long transfer out of the Port of Montreal, with most of the train comprised of grain empties.
VIA 35 has VIA 6412 and six LRC cars as it heads west through Pointe-Claire.