Originating at EJ&E's Kirk Yard, a manifest glides along the Grand River on it's way to Toronto. The rusty rails to the right of the main originated hundreds of GM automobiles out of the now demo... (more)
An empty oil train made up of brand new cars with VMSX reporting marks crosses over the ex-Missabe bridge just east of Saunders and the CN Pokegama yard. This train had three units up front and a... (more)
Cruising down the newly paved streets, CN 8875 has all lights blazing including the markers.
Partway through the Club Arlau curve. CN 369, heavily loaded with woodchips, lumber, aluminum and other products from northern Quebec heads south past the famous Club Arlau curve with fall ... (more)
NS Elkhart-Marion 312 exits the siding on the old CCC&StL main. According to the Conrail Historical Society, this is the only ex-NYC line to have PRR color position light signals, which were inst... (more)
CN SD70M-2 8000 shoves hard on a seemingly endless string of loaded potash cars, just east of Park Gate.
During the CN Family Day at Taschereau Yard, a specially painted boxcar welcome visitors at the entrance.
With the grain season starting to ramp up, the 2nd of 4 G847s originating out of Edmonton on September 28 tips over Obed Summit west of Hargwen.
After recieving some minor repairs in the Rutland Shops, VTR 432 makes it's second revenue run into North Bennington by the 'dry' swamp on a picture perfect afternoon.
With the fall colour in the Obed Hills a blaze, Q199 slams the binders on, coming around the curve at Mile 170 staring at a clear to stop signal.
A high headlight SD70M-2 leading. One of CN's high headlight SD70M-2's (CN 8011) leads another, later SD70M-2 (CN 8926) as CN 377 rounds a curve in Pointe-Claire, with Mount-Royal in the ba... (more)
Southbound in fog with ex Conrail E33 electric on train in transit to Altoona Pa. to be restored back into Conrail paint. Its one of only two left , all others were scrapped.
CN 8907 and CN 8954, both EMD SD70M-2's, welcome visitors to CN's Family Day at Montreal's Taschereau Yard.