In route to Montreal, detour St Lawrence & Atlantic 393 is crossing the Richelieu River at St Jean.
Power has been inspected and turned and a freshly rebuilt and painted AC44OOCW added to the consist. Central Maine & Quebec Job 2 is awaiting departure for Maine at Farnham Yard. CMQ 9014 9020 902... (more)
With the Appalachian Mountains range in the background, which form the scenic backbone of the Eastern Townships, Central Maine & Quebec Job 1 is approaching Farnham Yard on a mild winter afternoon... (more)
Destined to Montreal, detour St Lawrence & Atlantic 393 is crossing the Chambly Canal Lock 9 (Richelieu River) at St Jean on a spring like morning. QGRY 3105 SLR 3035 3008 QGRY 6904 6908
''Grand Trunk Railway 1899'' On its way to Island Pond Vt, St Lawrence & Atlantic 394 is crossing the old Grand Trunk bridge spanning the Massawippi River at Lennoxville.
Bound for Island Pond Vt, St Lawrence & Atlantic 394 hits the Central Maine & Quebec/St Lawrence Atlantic diamond at Lennoxville
Bound for Montréal, detour St Lawrence & Atlantic 393 is running through the flat land of the Montérégie region.
''The Twins are busting snow'' CEFX 419 & 420 hustles through a rural road with train 710 bound for Richford Vt.
''The White Faces are on property'' St Lawrence & Atlantic 394 with three leased CBFX SD60M's is posing at Sherbrooke before departure for Island Pound Vt.
Near the Canada/U.S border, Canadian National 324 hustles toward St Albans Vt on a wintry morning.
Detour St Lawrence & Atlantic 393 hustles through Delson on its way to Montreal on a mild morning.
Newport-Richford Central Maine & Quebec Plow Extra with CMQ 3816 & VB103 skirts the Canada/U.S border as it works through the Missisquoi River Valley on a wintry day.
Central Maine & Quebec Plow Extra is working near the Vermont border at Highwater Quebec on a snowy morning.
On its way to the interchange at Iberville, Canadian Pacific F92 enters Central Maine & Quebec territory at St-Jean on a snowy morning
Destined to Montreal, Canadian National 529 is passing through the St Jean on a snowy day.