Minutes before final sunset, Montreal bound Canadian National #529 has just crossed the Canada/U.S border at Lacolle.
The Amtrak Adirondack is racing south toward Rouses Point New York
Nee AC4400CW No 9666, rebuilt Canadian Pacific No 8121 leads Canadian Pacific 252 destined to Saratoga NY on a stormy day. Mid-train DPU CEFX 1043.
Destined to Albany New York, Canadian Pacific ethanol train #650 is about to cross the international border. Rear DPU CP 8503.
Destined to Albany NY, Canadian Pacific ethanol train #650 glides toward Rouses Point NY at Lacolle. Rear DPU, Union Pacific 5385.
St Albans Vt-Montreal Canadian National #323 is crossing the Richelieu River at the northend tip of Lake Champlain on a warm September afternoon.
On the approach to the United-States, Canadian Pacific ethanol train #650 is gliding by the former Napierville Jct/Customs House in Lacolle.
Destined to Albany, Canadian Pacific ethanol train is approaching the international border in the late afternoon light.
On a freshly ballasted and surfaced track at Lacolle, Canadian Pacific Tec Train has just left the CP/NEUS(D&H)in the United-States as it heads north toward Delson on a warm summer morning.
St Albans Vt-Montreal Amtrak special consist P699 skirts the Canada/U.S border as it crosses the Richelieu River at the north end tip of Lake Champlain on a splendid summer day.
Less than half a mile from the Canada/U.S border, Canadian National #528 is approaching Rouses Point NY.
Approaching the United-States, Canadian Pacific ethanol train #650 is passing by the old Napierville Junction Ry/Customs House at Lacolle. Rear DPU is Union Pacific #5362.
Gorgeous summer morning at the northend tip of Lake Champlain as Canadian National #323 is returning lite to Montreal from St Albans Vermont.
Less than a mile from the Canada/U.S border, Canadian Pacific/D&H ethanol train #650 is heading south at Lacolle. DPU is CP #8612.
A rare occurrence for Amtrak #520 on a long distance train, I believe. Amtrak Adirondack glides toward the Canada/U.S border at Lacolle.