CN 6734 is an MU built by Canadian Car & Foundry in Montreal in 1952 and which saw commuyrtservice on the Deux-Montagnes line. Behind it is trailer CN 6742, with identical builder info and service... (more)
GP9 AMT 1311 and LRC-3 VIA 6921 are coupled together at Exporail.
VIA 6405 brings up the rear of VIA 633 as it makes its station stop at Dorval. At the front of this Ottawa train is VIA 914.
Laid up for the winter. After bringing in an intermodal transfer, GMTX 2257, CN 227 and CN 7233 are leaving the Port of Montreal light power. At right the ships CSL St-Laurent and more)
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher with CN 7233, CN 227 and GMTX 2257 for power is entering the Port of Montreal about an hour before sunset with 2,500 feet of containers. It is passing the massive bu... (more)
Distributed braking container CN 0005 is helping CN X106 maintain its air as it heads east through Dorval, its journey nearly over. CN has a number of these, as well as distributed braking cars bu... (more)
CN 2962 and CN 3012 are the power on CN X106 as it heads east through Dorval.
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher has left its namesake yard with empty grain cars destined for Taschereau Yard as it heads west on the transfer track of CN's Montreal Sub with leased GMTX 2257 leadi... (more)
CN 310 has SD70I CN 5616 and ex-CSXT Dash8-40CW GECX 7303 for power as it heads east through Dorval on a clear but cold and windy morning.
CN 271 with 101 autoracks and CN 8907 & CSXT 8138 for power ducks under a signal gantry at Dorval.
A late CN 120 passes through Dorval with CN 2281 and DPU CN 8829.
CN 271 with 101 autoracks and CN 8907 & CSXT 8138 for power negotiates the s-curve at Dorval in the snow.
VIA 26 from Ottawa is making its station stop at Dorval on a snowy afternoon. The train consists of VIA 917 and four stainless steel cars.
CN 310 with CREX 1512 up front and CN 3842 mid-train (and 149 cars) roars past Dorval Station, kicking up the powder on a snowy afternoon.
Ex-UP. A late CN 149 is exiting the Port of Montreal with CN 2106, GECX 9124, CN 2502 and 188 platforms. Both of the first two units are ex-UP, with CN 2106 formerly being UP 9071 (built as... (more)