CN 8886 leads westbound train 406, as they're stopped just short of the Renforth Wharf crossing, as they're being held out of the yard in Saint John for about a half hour.
CN 8886 leads westbound train 406, as they approach mile 61 of the Sussex Sub, at Passekeag, New Brunswick, in nice Fall light.
NBSR 6304 leads a New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound freight, as they climb the grade departing Saint John, New Brunswick. Heavy fog blankets the area, as they come out of a patch of it.
NBSR 6304 leads a New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound freight, as they round the edge of the Saint John River, which is pretty much non existent due to the heavy fog blanketing the area.
Just coming out of the thick fog, NBSR 6340 leads westbound train 907, as they approach Nerepis, and Welsford, New Brunswick.
With the Fall colors really starting to show, NBSR 6340 leads westbound New Brunswick Southern Railway train 907, as they head through Clarendon, New Brunswick.
In some thick fog, CN B730 passes by the lake, as they start their descent down into Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN 3070 leads a potash train through nice Fall colors, approaching Petitcodiac, New Brunswick.
By The Non-Existent Train Station CN 2838 is westbound, as they head through Grand Falls, New Brunswick, passing by the location of the old CN Grand Falls Railway station, which was torn do... (more)
CN 2665 leads an X474 eastbound, as they pass by the scenic Lac Baker, New Brunswick, in some nice early morning light. The Fall colors in this area haven't hit as much as I was hoping they would ... (more)
CN 2665 leads an X474 eastbound, as they cross the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle in New Denmark, New Brunswick on a cool Fall afternoon.
In some late Fall evening light, eastbound train M306 crosses the massive Salmon River Trestle, at New Denmark, New Brunswick. The bridge stands at 3,920 feet in length.
IC 2711 leads a sluggish westbound 406, as they approach Sussex, New Brunswick, on a humid Fall afternoon.
CN 2279 leads 406, as they make their descent down into Saint John, New Brunswick, with a nice lashup, although with the wrong leader.
With the early morning fog plentiful, eastbound stack train Q120 approaches the Trans Canada Highway overpass, approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia.