VIA 63 has unwrapped VIA 6451 and wrapped VIA 6416 as it passes the Peel Basin five minutes after leaving Central Station. Behind the power are four LRC cars, including two that are wrapped.
Snow-covered CN 2566 (along with CN 2118 & CN 2512) lead CN 149 around a curve in the Port of Montreal a few minutes after a delayed depature. Since the start of the summer CN 149 has left the por... (more)
The historic Bonsecours Market that opened in 1847 is the background for the National Harbours Board S-3 that is switching the harbour.
A short mid-day commuter train leaves Windsor Station. CP received nine, two-level gallery commuter cars from Canadian Vickers in April 1969; two control cars and seven coaches. Each car had its... (more)
Two brand new GP-38's team up with an RS-18. CP acquired its first GP-38's in 1970 and received a second batch in March 1971.
Borrowed NS power (NS 1094 & NS 9842) is on CN 543 as it enters the Port of Montreal with a 308-axle long baretable move on a snowy afternoon.
AMT 1325 with 7 bilevel cars pushes a deadhead move towards Montreal West Station and eventually Sortin Yard to layover until the afternoon rush hour.
The local is on the Montreal Subdivision mainline crossing West Side Canal Bank Track on the Lachine Canal. Two of the five crew members are getting off to line the switches for the local to reve... (more)
Containers in their infancy - five flats and eight containers. Manchester Liners started container service between Manchester, England and Montreal in November 1968. They built the first contain... (more)
CP's first passenger diesel is descending the grade into Windsor Station. CP had three E-8A's, the only ones in Canada. They were delivered in 1949 for use on The Alouette and The Redwing, train... (more)
VIA 910 leads Ottawa-Quebec City VIA 624 over the Lachine Canal.
VIA 35 with wrapped VIA 6416 and unwrapped VIA 6414 for power crosses the Lachine Canal, with a wrapped LRC car first out.
VIA 6458 leads a late VIA 60 over the Lachine Canal.
Differing GP40 models and paint schemes. CN 324 has GP40's in very different paint schemes for power as it crosses the Lachine Canal with 51 cars to interchange with the NECR at St. Albans,... (more)
The railway operations in the Port of Montreal were previously known as the National Harbours Board (NHB) Railway. Half of the NHB fleet of S-3 switchers sits outside the locomotive shop that was... (more)