After setting off the first half of their train, CN B730 has returned to their second half, still at CN's Island Yard, in Saint John. They are seen here rounding Cains Corner, "the rock cut&q... (more)
CN potash train B730 runs along the still waters of the 'unnamed lake', nearing their final destination of Saint John, New Brunswick
During a fiery sunrise, a New Brunswick Southern Railway transfer crosses over the Reversing Falls in Saint John, New Brunswick. This lite power move will head back to NBSR's Ponderosa Yard in wes... (more)
After running around their train in Saint John, CN O998 runs long hood forward, as they head back to Moncton, New Brunswick, passing the lake shortly after departing Saint John.
CN 3002 leads CN B730 as they rumble by the unnamed lake, approaching Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN 3055, with a rare trailing unit(around here), CEFX 1011 powers potash train B730, as they head by a beautiful, "unnamed lake", as they start their descent down into their final destin... (more)
The tracks over to CN's Courtnay Bay yard are in rough shape. At sunrise, CN B730 slowly negotiates it's train around the "rock cut" and are on the move to set off the cars at Courtnay B... (more)
NBSR 6340 is westbound climbing the grade out of Saint John, New Brunswick. Thick fog covers the city and surrounding areas, but that's no surprise, really.
CN 3089 pulls B730 into Courtnay Bay at Saint John, New Brunswick, where it will be yarded. Due to a few derailments over the last month with two previous 730s, they have to break their train up a... (more)
CN 2958 leads a B730 potash train, as they arrive at Saint John, New Brunswick, and are heading over to Courtnay Bay to be set off.
The sun has just peeked over the hill side, as CN B730 heads by "The Lake", as they start their descent down into Saint John, New Brunswick.
NBSR 6304 leads a New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound freight, as they climb the grade departing Saint John, New Brunswick. Heavy fog blankets the area, as they come out of a patch of it.
In some thick fog, CN B730 passes by the lake, as they start their descent down into Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN 2279 leads 406, as they make their descent down into Saint John, New Brunswick, with a nice lashup, although with the wrong leader.
An extremely rare leader in these parts, BCOL 4643 leads eastbound train 406, as they climb the hill departing Saint John, New Brunswick, around supper time.