BSOR Buffalo Southern Railroad Locomotive 1847 MLW RS18 Switching tank cars Hamburg NY. 1/22/19
CN's Spadina roundhouse was located just west of Union Station. It was where power for passenger trains was serviced. It was demolished in 1986.
Train 904, with an interesting lashup of pooled CP and B&M power (RS-18/F7B/RS-10/RS-23), climbs Newport Hill. 904 was one of the hottest "fast freights" on the CP, running from Windsor,... (more)
The local is switching the Atwater Transfer Yard on the North Bank Branch along the Lachine Canal.
CFS 1828 (MLW RS-18), and 8033 (MLW RS-23) back to Scott jct with 3 centerbeam full.
An eastbound freight drifts downgrade at Lachine and soon will enter Montreal Yard. This RS-18/GP-9/RS-18 lashup was typical of the era on CN freights despite there being many second generation u... (more)
3151-3154 at Windsor Station in 1969. CN modified RS-18(3150-3155) for southwestern, Ontario Tempo Train service in 1964 with the addition of an electric generator in the extended short hood. The ... (more)
Train 904, with an interesting lashup of pooled CP and B&M power (RS-18/F7B/RS-10/RS-23), grinds up Newport Hill. 904 was one of the hottest "fast freights" on the CP, running from Wind... (more)
Train 904, with an interesting lashup of pooled CP and B&M power (RS-18/F7B/RS-10/RS-23), is crossing Province St. and pulling into the siding. 904 was one of the hottest "fast freights"... (more)
The local is working the small Atwater Transfer Yard on the north bank of the Lachine Canal. The swing bridge that carries the CP's busy Adirondack Sub. over the Lachine Canal is out of service a... (more)
A short, local freight is westbound on the St. Hyacinthe Sub.
Two RS-18's hustle "The Chaleur" from Gaspe, QC over the last miles into Montreal. Even in summer a steam generator car is included in the consist.
Three RS-18's accelerate a long, eastbound freight between St. Hilaire and St. Hyacinthe.
Having finished working the North Canal Bank Branch and Lasalle Yard this local switch crew has reversed out of Lasalle Yard onto the St. Lawrence River Bridge and now heads for St. Luc Yard.