GE variety. CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal with a variety of GE units: C40-8 CN 2039, Dash9-44CWL BCOL 4642 & Dash8-40CM CN 2420. Behind the power is 12,200 feet of platforms.
Got GE smoke? C40-8 CN 2039 belches smoke as it prepares to leave the Port of Montreal with CN 149 and 12,200 feet of platforms on the drawbar. Trailing are two more interesting GE units - ... (more)
CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal with ex-Oakway SD60 CN 5404 leading on a truly frigid morning. Trailing is BCOL 4611 & CN 2677.
CN 8901, CN 8813 & IC 2714 lead CN 149 out of the Port of Montreal as they round a curve on a sunny but cold morning.
CN 401 with CN 8819 & CN 2183 for power slowly approaches Turcot West, as the train will have to wait for VIA 67 to pass on the north track of CN's Montreal Sub. Not too long after getting going a... (more)
The golden hour. VIA 6449 leads VIA 67 westwards about twenty minutes before sunset. This scene will change drastically very soon, with CN's main line being relocated to the left of the pho... (more)
An Montreal commuter train is outbound at Cedar Park in May of 1988.
CN 6710 makes a stop in suburban Montreal in May of 1988. I really like these old boxcabs.
CN 149 is slowly pumping air on a cold morning before leaving Port of Montreal trackage and heading west on the CN Wharf Spur.
F59PHI AMT 1320 will leave downtown Montreal at 1715 with AMT 93 for Candiac, while F59PH AMT 1343 will leave at 1740 with AMT 25 for Vaudreuil.
Central Vermont train 444 returning to Italy yard at St. Albans, Vermont. Leading the train three SW1200s, with two Grand Trunk Western Nos.1510 and 1503 and a Central Vermont No.1500. March 29, 1... (more)
Repainted Dash9-44CWL. Repainted Dash9-44CWL CN 2502 leads CN 149 over the Lachine Canal, with CN 2012 & IC 2714 leading on a chilly morning.
VIA 63 has VIA 6433 leading seven stainless steel cars as it passes Montreal's skyline soon after leaving Central Station.
Light power past Wellington Tower. For reasons unknown, VIA 6414 is running light power past Wellington Tower after leaving Montreal's Central Station. It is crossing the Lachine Canal the ... (more)
Reflected train and tower. Both VIA 63 and the abandoned Wellington Tower are reflected in the still waters of the Lachine Canal on a foggy morning.