With the fall foliage beneath Mt Orford, Canadian Pacific ballast train descends toward Magog.
Heading toward Farnham, Canadian Pacific 250 wih a lengthy consist of Herzog hoppers, mixed freigt and bare tables is passing through southern Quebec's farm land.
On its way to Cookshire, Canadian Pacific ballast train skirts the shores of the Magog River as it passes through Magog.
Canadian Pacific 250 is approaching the Canada/U.S border at Lacolle.
Heading toward Cookshire, Canadian Pacific ballast train rumbles high above Eastman on a splendid September afternoon.
Canadian Pacific 250 is crossing the Richelieu River in St Jean under hazy skies created by forest fires out west.
Canadian Pacific 250 is passing through southern Quebec farmlands on its way to Farnham.
Canadian Pacific 250 is crossing the Richelieu River at St Jean Qc
Destined to Montreal, Canadian Pacific GPS-03 is crossing the Canada/U.S border in Lacolle Qc
Canadian Pacific 253 is departing Rouses Point NY for Montreal. The visible portion of the consist is in Canada. The lands behind the transmitter tower are in the United-States.
Canadian Pacific Tec Train is rolling though the Missisquoi River Valley as it skirts the Canada/U.S border at Glen Sutton
Canadian Pacific F19 is heading back to Newport Vt as it passes through Brigham Qc
Originating at Smiths Falls, a Canadian Pacific rail train arrives at Farnham Yard
Montreal-Iberville F95 pulled a mixed freight and intermodal across the Richelieu River in St Jean on a splendid August afternoon.
With threatening skies to the north, an intermodal train is crossing the Richelieu River on its way to Farnham and ultimately Saint John NB on the eastern seabord.