CN 120 has just left Taschereau Yard in Montreal with its head end power (CN 8805, IC 2460 & CN 2924) arranged elephant style on this long stack train bound for Halifax. Operating mid-train is a f... (more)
Curving through the tunnel. CN 401 has a cowl leader (CN 2444) along with CN 8002, CN 7275 & CN 218 as it passes through Montreal West on a gorgeous and warm afternoon. It is passing throug... (more)
The tunnel seems to have moved... VIA 669 is passing part of the tunnel that used to cover CN's Montreal sub here at Turcot West. The part of the tunnel in the background was cut and then a... (more)
Eastbound intermodal, with another one lined west. CN 120 is through Turcot West with CN 2815 and CN 2642 at the head end and CN 2880 mid-train on this long (612 axles) stack train. It is e... (more)
CN 473 rumbles across the South river
A singed NS leader. CN 529, which has been running mostly with CP power the last few months, is seen with a singled NS leader (NS 9335). Trailing is CP 8743 as the train approaches Turcot W... (more)
45 minutes before sunset. Piggyback train CP 133 with an ES44AC and AC4400CW for power (CP 8897 & CP 8537) is westbound through Dorval about 45 minutes before sunset.
Construction on the other side of highway 20. CN 120 is through Turcot West with CN 2815 and CN 2642 at the head end and CN 2880 mid-train on this long (612 axles) stack train. It is on the... (more)
Approaching a curve in old Montreal. About 40 minutes after passing this spot with about a dozen cars to interchange to the Port of Montreal, the Pointe St-Charles switcher is returning tow... (more)
100% stainless steel. VIA 905 leads 4 stainless steel cars as VIA 669 heads west.
AMT 1359 pushes AMT 809 past the Peel basin.
First of three E units the CP owned, all E8As. A Roger Puta Photograph
Destined to Montreal, Canadian National #529 is heading north as a group of Canada geese is wandering in the foreground.
Enola-Montreal Canadian National #529 has just crossed into Canada has it heads north at Cantic.
Deadheading. VIA 912 pushes the deadheading VIA 63 past the Peel Basin and Montreal's skyline about 90 minutes before it departs from Central Station.