With a wave from Big J, train 407 heads by the VIA Rail station, passing the CN Moncton sign, while a sliver of sun decided to peek down onto the head end, just in time.
At sun up, train Q120 hustles along the marsh lands of Dorchester, New Brunswick. Seen here, heading in front of the jail, located behind me.
With a friendly wave from "Big J", train Q120 rounds the bend at Springhill Jct, Nova Scotia.
Train Q120 hustles eastbound, as they cross the New Brunswick border into Nova Scotia. Shot at Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia, Fort Beausejour, on the New Brunswick side, is out of frame on the right ... (more)
In day's last light, train 406 descends down the grade at Quispamsis, about 8 miles east of Saint John, New Brunswick. It was about a three mile uphill climb, cresting about a mile from my locatio... (more)
Nearing the day's last light, CN cowl 2431 leads train 406, as they approach Sussex, New Brunswick.
A few sunset colors in the clouds start to appear, as cowl 2431 leads 406, approaching Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
Nearing sunset, the sun dips below the clouds just enough to light up the sky and scene, as train 406 heads along the countryside, at Norton, New Brunswick.
Running a few hours later than normal, train 406 heads by the unnamed lake, about an hour from sunset. The lake was nearly crystal clear, which obviously makes the shot that much better.
CN stack train Q120 rounds the bend, heading straight into the sun at Springhill Jct, Nova Scotia, on a beautiful early summer's morning.
During blue hour, stack train Q120 rounds the bend at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick.
With the sun just barely peeking over the horizon, stack train Q120 heads by the turbines, approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia.
Stack train Q120 starts it's descent along the shores of Folly Lake, Nova Scotia on a nice Summer morning.
Stack train Q121 starts it's trek across the trestle at Saint Eleuthere, PQ.
CN 2965 leads train 408, crossing the border from New Brunswick into Nova Scotia during a beautiful yellow sunset. Shot taken from Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia.