The tail end of the train is still in the St. Luc departure yard as a GP-35, RS-3 and FA-2 have the westbound freight to Smiths Falls on the move. Once the train is past Dorval, two miles to the ... (more)
After having completed the required 40 mile standing train inspection, freight 915 accelerates past the St. Clet station.
The tail end has cleared St. Luc's departure yard and the engineer accelerates for the trip to Smiths Falls, ON. He may have trouble making track speed as today's long train seems underpowered wi... (more)
An FA-2, fresh from the Angus Shops paint booth, leads a GP-35, RS-3, C424 and FA-1 on a westbound manifest through the suburban Grovehill commuter station. As CPR's FA-1's and FA-2's did not hav... (more)
The two M636's are just two months old as they lead a westbound freight from St. Luc to Smiths Falls through Dorval. The track on the right is the connecting track between the CP and CN.
Newest to oldest. The M630 is just three months old as it leads an RS-18, RS-3 and FB-1 on a westbound freight from St. Luc Yard to Smiths Falls, ON.
Having completed its mandated 40 mile standing inspection this westbound freight soon will lift out behind a classic CPR lashup - M636/C424/C424/RS-3 (leased from the B&M) on its way from Montreal... (more)
Two GP-35's, a C424 and an FA-2 have a westbound freight accelerating through the just thawed fields toward St. Clet where they will have to stop to make their mandated standing inspection. As ro... (more)
Fortunately, there are no commuters on the station platform as two M636's and a FA-2 lay down a heavy smoke screen as they accelerate their train westbound out of St. Luc Yard.
As all trains were required to do, the crew of this westbound has completed its standing inspection and soon will depart St. Clet.
Having completed the required standing inspection, the train soon will continue on its way to Smith Falls.
The train powered by two M636's that are barely four months old is stopped to make a standing inspection, as all westbound freights did at St. Clet. In this era of most freight cars still having ... (more)