AMT 75 arrives at Lasalle Station with cab car AMT 707 leading.
100% stainless steel. For quite some time VIA 63 was running with a single LRC among 5-6 stainless steel cars. Since the June 1st VIA Rail schedule changes it has been running with a 100% s... (more)
Splitting the endangered dwarf signals. VIA 635 is seen splitting a set of old dwarf signals that will soon be replaced by the new signals that are currently turned away from the track on C... (more)
Originating at Enola PA, Canadian National #529 leans into a curve as it rolls by the former Grand Trunk station at St-Jean on a pleasant summer afternoon.
Canadian National eastbound 306 at Saint-Alexandre-de Kamouraska, Québec July 24, 2016.
Over the lock and past the market. After coming into the Port of Montreal light, GP9's CN 7256 & CN 7075 head back with a short train. They are crossing over the eastern end of the Lachine ... (more)
Shoving on the rear of a well-powered passenger train. VIA 633 for Ottawa is approaching Turcot West with VIA 907 bringing up the rear, along with VIA 6411 leading, and a second P42DC in th... (more)
Ethanol loads past Lasalle Yard. CP 650 with ethanol loads for Albany, NY passes the mostly empty Lasalle Yard with ES44AC's CP 8868 & CP 9373 for power.
Past the old and new signals. CN X321 is passing a set of old dwarf signals that will soon be replaced by the new signals that are currently turned away from the track. Power on this train ... (more)
Nose to nose GP9's. GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7256 are lashed up nose to nose as they cross the Lachine Canal with a short train out of the Port of Montreal on a sunny afternoon.
At sunset in Napirville, Canadian Pacific Tec Train is heading back to Montreal after testing on the Delaware & Hudson.
Enola-Montreal Canadian National #529 is heading north through l'Acadie.
A pair of ex-Super Fleet units up front. CN 2189 & CN 2151 (originally ATSF 854 & ATSF 832, Super Fleet Dash8-40CW's) along with CN 2636 lead CN 149 over the Lachine Canal. This shorter tha... (more)
CN 6716 leads a commuter train thru East Junction in May of 1986. These are my favorite electric locomotives and would last almost 10 more years before they were retired.
With a thunderstorm rumbling to the south, Canadian Pacific Tec Train is passing the old Napierville Junction Ry station at Lacolle