A dearly missed train. CN 710 (an oil train that went to Valero near Quebec City) has not run since this past April, and with lashups like this, it's easy to see why it is missed by local r... (more)
That's a lot of tank cars. CN 705 has two of CN's secondhand units (CN 5433 & CN 2192) as well as some loaded TankTrain cars (destined for Maitland, ON) ahead of the oil empties. Here it he... (more)
An eastbound Canadian National coal train is between Black Canyon and Ashcroft, British Columbia, along the Thompson River on June 23, 2006.
Preserved CN 6213 rests on the turntable at the John Street roundhouse.
CN 121 charges through the large, sweeping curve outside St-Germain-de-Grantham, bound from Halifax - along with counterpart 120, it is the only train serving the city these days - for Montreal an... (more)
Swinging underneath highway 20. CN 5621 & CN 2592 lead CN X310 through Turcot West, with 552 axles total. It is passing MP 6 of the CN Montreal sub.
Weighed down with aluminum and forest products from northern Quebec, 369 approaches the station at Hervey-Jonction amidst a colourful backdrop. In addition to the three head-end units, two more ar... (more)
Caught between the Batiscan river (out of sight at left) and route 367, Chambord - Toronto 369 rolls south along CN's Lac St-Jean Subdivision.
Waiting for their signal. CN 589 has just come off the mostly passenger-only VIA Rail Alexandria sub and is waiting for its signal on CN's Kingston sub in Coteau. It has to wait for CN 377 ... (more)
Canadian National Bombardier HR616 (3000HP) numbered 2100-2119. 20 units of this model were built in 1982 and all have now been retired.
GE variety and a repainted cowl leader. CN 120 has a varied GE lashup, including Dash8-40CM CN 2434 leading, which was repainted in 2008. Trailing is ES44DC CN 2235, Dash9-44CW BCOL 4648 an... (more)
The sawtooth profile of CN's serpentine Lac-St-Jean subdivision is evident as Chambord, QC - Toronto train 369 descends through the "Club Arlau" curve near Rivière-à-Pierre. Broken knuck... (more)
Working the hump in CN's Harrison Yard.
On a hot & humid summer evening, St Albans-Montreal Canadian National 323 passes by the old Grand Trunk depot at St Jean.
In rugged Black Canyon, a westbound Canadian National freight crosses the Thompson River west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on June 25, 2006, powered by EMD SD60F No. 5546 and GMD SD40-2W No. 535... (more)