Not what was originally intended... Last week, the MMA brought this former Amtrak/NJT/AMT F40PH to Sainte-Rosalie for its terminal operations there (which consist mainly of switching grain ... (more)
PSC caboose 79730 brings the rear of an extra CWR train bound for Aston-Jonction.
Running on dimmed headlights along road 116, CN 121 is about to hit the clear signal at the east end of the Sainte-Rosalie siding.
VIA 14 has just left Saint-Hyacinthe, the second of many station stops it will have to make on its journey to Halifax.
After dropping a cut of loaded cars at the Bunge feed mill, a lone former BAR GP7 returns to Sainte-Rosalie yard for another batch.
After a failed attempt a couple weeks back due to mechanical problems, a BAR-heritage GP7 finally delivers cars from an overflowing yard in Sainte-Rosalie to the Bunge feed mill down the Saint-Gui... (more)
CN 8821 (SD70-M2) and 2447 (C40-8M) tug at the rear of what is probably one of the last unit grain monster trains of the season headed for Quebec City.
Bound for Quebec City, VIA 26 is rolling through Sainte-Rosalie, the junction point of the Saint-Hyacinthe, Sherbrooke and Drummondville subdivisions, at sunset.
A classy duo of full cowl GE C40-8M's leads 782 towards Quebec City at sunset.
A very late CN 310 heads east through Sainte-Rosalie at sunset.
VIA 25 rolls through Sainte-Rosalie on a beautiful, but cold Sunday afternoon
GE and EMD products lead CN 310 elephant-style towards Joffre yard.
MMA 811 is back from the Bunge feedmill with a cut of empty hoppers.
A standard cab GP38-2 leads a short CN 519 back to Saint-Hyacinthe.
An average-sized CN 121 is just about to hit the Sainte-Rosalie advanced signal. Behind 2337 is ex-BCOL DASH8-40CMu 4607.