CN 149 curving. CN 2943 is in charge of CN 149 as it rounds a curve in the Port of Montreal, with CN 3023 trailing. In a few seconds the head end will cross the Lachine canal on a sunny fal... (more)
In the middle of the highway 20 in Montreal, CN 529 rolls on North track on the CN Montreal Subdivision with an ex-UP SD9043MAC in lead.
Flagging the crossing. CN 2943 is in charge of CN 149 as it rounds a curve in the Port of Montreal, with CN 3023 trailing. In a few seconds the head end will cross the Lachine canal on a su... (more)
CN 149, with CN 2943 and CN 3023, come out of the Port of Montreal with 171 cars on a sunny morning.
A cleaner than usual SD70M-2 leading. CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal with CN 8954, CN 2656 & CN 8883 as power on a completely sunny fall morning. If the leader seems unusually clean... (more)
Stack train over the canal. CN 120 has CN 2866 & CN 8946 at the head end and CN 2842 operating mid-train on this nearly 14,000 foot long train, which is bound for Halifax. Here it is crossi... (more)
'We will deliver'. 'We will deliver' is still written on the long hood of NS 7272, an ex-UP SD9043MAC that is leading CN 529 in Montreal as it approaches the Angrignon overpass. Trailing is... (more)
Waving and flagging. CN 149 has CN 2943 and CN 3023 for power as it leaves the Port of Montreal. At left is the tower of the bonsecours market. At right is a Port of Montreal employee flagg... (more)
Leaving Port of Montreal trackage. After getting the okay from Port of Montreal security (as they have to flag the many crossing in this area), CN 149 is starting to pull with CN 2943 and C... (more)
A GP38-2W over water. A short transfer with CN 4808 leading is inbound to the Port of Montreal as it passes over the Lachine canal.
Inbound past grain elevator #5. A short transfer with CN 4808 & CN 7031 for power is inbound to the Port of Montreal. It is passing the massive grain elevator #5, which has been out of use ... (more)
Not quite what I was hoping for. CN 148 was reported as having an ES44DC bracketed by a pair of SD60F's yesterday, which meant that an SD60F would most likely lead CN 149 out of the Port of... (more)
Not an AC unit in sight. CN 120 has often had solid AC lashups composed of ES44AC's and/or ET44AC's recently, but not this morning. On a sunny morning (with the moon visible) CN 120 rounds ... (more)
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.