NS 21M departs Rose Yard with an EMD on point.
NS 2662 leads a intermodal west under the new signals at Pine Junction.
On a cool December afternoon, CN 8002 leads westbound train 406, as they approach the now shut down Potash Corp facilities east of Sussex, New Brunswick.
Going back to the vault, CN 8815 leads westbound train 406 as they approach the crest of the three mile uphill grade at mile 75, and head down the next three miles into Rothesay, New Brunswick.
Leading the first ever NS 64V down the Gardner branch, the P&W's freshest locomotive rolls through the crossing at a mind numbing 10 mph
CN 8023 heads westbound as they pass underneath the "Odell Loop Road", approaching Hampton, New Brunswick. Another memories of winter shot, but not as bad.
20Q passes a row of derelict commercial buildings as it enters the NS Cleveland Line from the NS Chicago Line
Storm clouds in the background. A short CN 401 (73 cars) only needs 6,300 GMD horsepower (SD70M-2 CN 8011 & GP38-2W CN 4806) as it passes through Montreal West with some nice storm clouds i... (more)
Coming out of the sunset, CN 408 has just crossed from New Brunswick into Nova Scotia as the train will slow to 30 MPH for the approach to the town of Amherst.
With a colourful consist on the point, M302's train climbs eastward on the Albreda Sub.
A Canadian National potash train curves along the shore of the Fraser River as it travels west on CN's Ashcroft Sub near the famous Cisco Bridges.
Another winter scene. CN 406 is westbound approaching Hampton, New Brunswick, after a fresh snowfall the night before.
Missing the noodle on the nose, CN 8818 leads '406' as they haul up the grade to 'K-Park', then start their descent down into Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN SD70M-2 8019 leads a gaggle of power and M348's train eastward near Geikie on CN's Albreda Sub.