After the first big snowfall dumped 15cm in southern New Brunswick, train 594 heads through Passekeag, New Brunswick, with scattered flurries still falling.
The railway station in McAdam, New Brunswick, is all lit up for another Christmas season. This is probably the best that it's been done up in the last 4 or 5 years. Looks amazing in person.
At sunset, NBSR 121 rounds the bend approaching Welsford, New Brunswick, with a tiny moon in the sky.
During the first semi-major snowfall of the season, train 594 rounds the bend, beginning their downhill descent to Rothesay, New Brunswick.
During a golden sunrise, train 120 rumbles through a beautiful Folly Lake, Nova Scotia.
The beginning of sunset peeks through a gap in the treeline as train 594 rumbles through Renforth, New Brunswick.
CN 3292 leads a small train 594 at Renforth, New Brunswick near sunset. There's still a bit of fall color left in this area of southern New Brunswick. For how long? Who knows...
Back when NBSR has multicolored engines on their roster, NBSR 6315 leads train 907 descending down to Cork, New Brunswick, with Fall still in full swing in Southern New Brunswick.
CN train 122 rumbles through the hills approaching the Foley Brook trestle with fall colors in full bloom.
CN train 305 crosses the 3,920 foot Salmon River Trestle near New Denmark, New Brunswick.
The deathstar heritage engine leads CN train 594 at Penobsquis, New Brunswick after sunset.
NBSR train 120 descends downgrade, and will soon climb back up to my location, at Rooth, New Brunswick.
NBSR 6410 leading train 120 at near Nerepis, New Brunswick.
NBSR 120 at Grand Bay, nearing Saint John, New Brunswick.
NBSR 6410 leads train 120 round the bend at Grand Bay, New Brunswick.