Remains of the old swing bridge. CN 2286 & IC 1026 lead a short (70 cars) CN 401 over the Lachine Canal on an afternoon where Montreal saw sun after many days of rain. The train is passing ... (more)
VIA 67 is passing CN 401 which is stopped until the VIA Train passes it. Autoracks are at the head end of CN 401 as always.
Approaching the autoracks. VIA 67 is passing CN 401 which is stopped until the VIA Train passes it. Autoracks are at the head end of CN 401 as always.
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)
A rare CN SD60 not in storage. With most of CN's ex-Oakway SD60's in storage, it's getting rare to see them. I was lucky to catch clean SD60 CN 5476 leading CN 149 out of the Port of Montre... (more)
GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7017 lead a short 5-car transfer into the Port of Montreal on a lovely fall day.
More cranes and more condo's. AMT 809 passes Montreal's skyline, with even more condo's going up.
BCOL 4648 leads CN 527 around a curve in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal, with CN 4809 trailing.
VIA 902 has 7 stainless steel cars in tow as VIA 63 passes Montreal's skyline.
Two trains for the price of one. VIA 605 for Jonquière and VIA 607 for Senneterre are lashed up together with VIA 605 first as it passes the Peel Basin five minutes after leaving Central St... (more)
The Great Dome car is back on the Adirondack. As occurs every fall, the Great Dome car Ocean View is once again on the Adirondack. Here it is trailing AMTK 159 as the t... (more)
Ex-Conrail leader. CN 529 has a pair of ex-Conrail Dash8's bracketing a Dash9 (NS 8349, NS 9539 & NS 8347) as it approaches Turcot West with only 28 cars in tow.
Light power over the canal. CN 4810 & CN 7075 are heading light into the Port of Montreal to pick up some cars as they cross the eastern end of the Lachine Canal. At left can be seen the su... (more)
Out on the hood. CN 7075 & CN 7256 lead a short transfer out of the Port of Montreal.
A bit under a year ago, a trio of brand new at the time ET44AC's (CN 3028, CN 3033 & CN 3030) lead CN 120 by MP6 of CN's Montreal sub on a sunny but crisp morning.