Fading vs fresh paint. The fading paint on SLQ 3569 contrasts with the fresh paint on recently restored VIA 6309, seen at far left.
A trio of Dash9's (NS 9578, NS 9864 & NS 9713) lead a transfer out of the Port of Montreal.
CN 2408 & CN 8943 lead CN X321 over the Lachine Canal as VIA 62 passes on the other track.
CN 4129 is leading a transfer that is leaving the Port of Montreal. Behind it is the dome of the Bonsecours Market.
CN 7229 & CN 4129 are doing some switching in the Pointe St-Charles Yard as they shove some well cars towards the west.
CP 253 is crossing over the St. Lawrence River on a sunny fall morning. Leading is nearly brand new rebuild CP 8069, with CP 8151 & CP 2252 trailing. CP 2252 is going to the St-Luc shops for servi... (more)
CP 253 is passing through Lachine IMS Yard, where it will set off cars before continuing to St-Luc Yard. Leading is nearly brand new rebuild CP 8069.
CSXT 9051 & CSXT 9027 lead CN 327 past MP 22 of the Kingston Sub.
EXO 16 is leaving Montreal West station, on its way downtown during the morning rush hour.
A transfer for the Port of Montreal with empty well cars heads east through Montreal West with a pair of now retired NS standard cab GE's (NS 8821 & NS 8698). At left is CN X309. NS 8821 was rebui... (more)
The nose of freshly restored VIA 6309.
CN 527 is leaving the Port of Montreal with CN 2532 & CN 5675 for power and 63 cars.
CN 527 is entering the Port of Montreal light power with CN 2532 & CN 5675 as it passes one of the many crossings which have been protected by gates for a bit over a year now.
The conductor is about to dismount from veteran CSXT 8831 to throw a switch as CN 327 passes through Coteau where it will set off cars.
The Orford Express rounds a curve, on its way back to Magog from Sherbrooke.