As RTM 810 is stopped on the south track at Saint-Lambert to detrain some passengers, CN 323 rolls by on north track on its return trip from St. Albans, VT.
CN 323 is waiting for its light at the St-Lambert station. After getting a permissive signal, CN 323 will be on the move again to finish its trip at CN's Taschereau yard.
Amtrak #68 usually uses the south track to make its stop at Saint-Lambert station, but today it is be on north track. As a bonus, the Phase III heritage unit is leading.
CN M30921 03 pulls 38 cars in the north service track in the CN Southwark yard. A brand new GE ET44AC, CN 3058, leads the 3267 feet train lenght with a GE ES44AC CN 2807 as second unit.
Led by one of VIA's more dilapadated P42s, Quebec - Montreal train 25 pauses at the utilitarian station in St-Lambert.
As CN 401 passes on the north track, CN 394 lifts 23 cars of windmill blades from the south service track in CN's Southwark yard.
While CN 120 rolls on the south track on the CN Saint-Hyacinthe Subdivision, CN 310 approach the CN Southwark yard on the north track with 166 cars and DP unit CN 2818 behind CN 2900 leader.
By a gorgeous afternoon, CN 401 pass VIA Saint-Lambert station on Montreal South shore.
The CN 120 climbs the little grade at the end of Victoria Bridge, with one number board in less on the leading unit.
As the Canadian flag waves on the top of VIA Saint-Lambert station, the AMTRAK #694 makes a little stop to takes only 1 passenger.
Returning empty to Montreal to pick-up passengers for the last Montreal-Saint-Hilaire shuttle train of the day.
Stainless cars for the Montreal-Halifax service.
Together with SD75I's # 5630 and 5694 at the head of a container train.
Amtrak 69 slides into Saint-Lambert for a brief stop before crossing the Victoria Bridge into Montreal.