A blue striped train. AMT 809 passes the Peel basin before entering Central Station in Montreal. The blue stripes on the AMT train contrast with the darker blue water in the basin.
Some fall colours. AC4400CW CSXT 207 and SD50-2 CSXT 8591 lead CN 327 through Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue on CN's Kingston Sub at the western tip of the island of Montreal. The set of searchlig... (more)
Leaving the Kingston sub. AC4400CW CSXT 207 and SD50-2 CSXT 8591 lead CN 327 on the Valleyfield sub wye as they prepare to set off cars with the help of CN 538. A large part of their train ... (more)
CN 527 across the bridge,with BRC 4625 and CN 7083 GP9
One of the last CN 705's. CN 705 with oil empties for Alberta has a clean Dash8 leading a ragged looking SD75I (CN 2041 & CN 5737) as it departs Turcot West with 388 axles after a crew chan... (more)
Passing the Valleyfield sub turnout. An extremely late CN 149 is through Coteau with brand new CN 3015 leading. At right is the Valleyfield sub, which CN 327 had taken about an hour before ... (more)
On a beautiful fall afternoon, CN 306 rumbles across the Boucanée River trestle.
QT 6920 lead, depart HENR IV Yard of Québec city.
A 31 year old EMD backing up. SD50-2 CSXT 8591 (built as BO 8591 in 1984) back up to CN 327's train after setting off cars on the Valleyfield sub in Coteau with the help of CN 538. When the... (more)
The Kingston and Vaudreuil subs side by side. AC4400CW CSXT 207 and SD50-2 CSXT 8591 lead CN 327 through Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue on CN's Kingston Sub at the western tip of the island of Mon... (more)
A fresh GE leading two older Dash9's. An extremely late CN 149 is through Coteau with brand new CN 3015 leading older Dash9-44CW's CN 2566 & BCOL 4651.
On a beautiful fall afternoon, CN 306 entering the rock cut at the Pelletier sub.
Happy Thanksgiving! Halifax-Montreal VIA Rail Ocean is crossing the Richelieu River after sunrise on a beautiful early fall day in Southern Quebec.
On a beautiful fall day, CN 306 on Pelletier sub.
CN X 321 across the bridge,engine light,going pick up the train at Southwark yard.