Turcot interchange in the background. Dash9 NS 9919 & GP40-2L(W) CN 9639 lead CN 324 towards the de Courcelle crossing in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal on a sunny morning. In the b... (more)
Under the fairly new signal gantry. CN 2943 & CN 3048 lead CN 120 underneath a fairly new signal gantry that was installed at the end of last year when CN moved their right of way through t... (more)
A somewhat unusual pairing. Dash9 NS 9919 & GP40-2L(W) lead CN 324 towards the de Courcelle crossing in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal on a sunny morning.
A bit of variety on CN 149. Instead of the more common trio of GEVO's, CN 149 has Dash8-40CW CN 2163, SD70 IC 1027 & SD75I CN 5711 for power as it crosses the Lachine canal as it slowly exi... (more)
BC Rail leader over a flagged crossing. BCOL 4652 slowly leads CN 149 over a crossing which is being flagged on either side by a Port of Montreal employee on a sunny morning.
The other side of the bridge. I've shot CN 149 in the Port of Montreal on the other side of this bridge over the Lachine Canal quite often during the past 6 months, but when the days are as... (more)
A Dash9-44CWL leader. In faded paint, veteran Dash9-44CWL CN 2510 leads CN 149 out of the Port of Montreal. The third unit is another Dash9-44CWL (CN 2520), with an even older GE (Dash8-40C... (more)
The evening rush hour. Two Candiac-line trains are at Lucien L'Allier station in downtown Montreal during the evening rush hour. Behind is the Bell Centre and the new Deloitte tower.
Leaving the port just before lunch time. The Pointe St-Charles switcher is leaving the Port of Montreal with a pair of GP9's (CN 7272 & CN 7204) as it crosses the eastern end of the Lachine... (more)
In front of grain elevator #5. The Pointe St-Charles switcher is stopped over the Lachine canal in Montreal, as it awaits Port of Montreal security to arrive and flag the crossings through ... (more)
On a gorgeous morning, the Phase III heritage unit is leading the Amtrak #68 out of Montreal Central Station.
A pair of GP9's over an open lock in the Port of Montreal. A local transfer job is leaving the Port of Montreal with a decent sized train consisting of about 30-40 cars and GP9's CN 7272 & ... (more)
Leaving downtown Montreal. Cab car AMT 3023 leads AMT 25 as it leaves Lucien L'Allier station in downtown Montreal.
Back to the maintenance centre . VIA 6414 pushes the now empty VIA 30 back to VIA Rail's maintenance centre in Pointe St-Charles and over the Lachine canal.
Amtrak heritage back in Montreal two days later. Two days after leading the southbound Adirondack out of Montreal, heritage unit AMTK 184 is on the same run. Here it pushes the deadh... (more)