The end of an era is near as a pair of CN centercabs pull a commuter train near Montreal on one of their final days in service.
It's sunset literally and figuratively for the GE box cabs in commuter service on the CN around Montreal.
Crossing the Lachine Canal on the way to Dorval and points west
Deadhead equipment train backing into Gare Central Station. Bridge at right is out of service, and has no track connection on the east end.
Canadian Pacific H1b Hudson 2811 has been downgraded to local freight service as it switches near Angus Shops. The three standard Hudsons in steam at this time around Montreal were 2811, 2816 and ... (more)
Canadian Pacific P2j 2-8-2 5449 shares some of the styling with the passenger 4-6-2s. The engine is pulling upgrade with new freight cars from the Hochelaga yard in a spot adjacent to the railway'... (more)
Canadian Pacific P1d 5114 pulls hard upgrade with stock cars under the Sherbrooke St. bridge in the late afternoon.
Bound for St-Albans Vt, CN 324 begins its journey as it hustles through Montreal
Bound for New York City, the Amtrak Adirondack departs Montreal on time on a cool & crisp fall morning
3499 and sister 3415 wait for work. 3499 was built by MLW and 3415 by Alco in the WWI era.
As the sun sets, a duo of ex-Amtrak warriors are headed for the Victoria bridge and the South shore. Unit numbers are 411 and 287.
Setting sun reflecting on the decals of empty VIA 34. Train is deadheading to the MMC before taking on the road again.
CN 324 leaves Montreal's Taschereau yard headed for St Albans Vermont to interchange with the New England Central. It passes SD70M-2 8854 waiting for a crew.
CP 1800 has coupled onto their train and will ready for departure at Windsor Station.
A smoky G5c CP 1269 rocks it's way through the crossovers departing Windsor Station with a commuter train.