After the first major snowstorm of the year, dumping 20-25cm of goodness, westbound train 406 brings some of the snow with it, as they approach Sussex, New Brunswick.
Parked for Christmas. Arriving in Montreal around sunset on Christmas Eve, loaded potash train CN B730 was sent to park on what will be CN's new Montreal Sub right-of-way by the end of 2018... (more)
It's Christmas morning at 0800 and the air temperature is -19 degrees with a wind that is whipping about 20 mph out of the north making it feel like -40 degrees out here yet the men and women that... (more)
A short CN874 creeps onto the York Sub at Doncaster, the signals are up and in another year they will all be in service eliminating the need for trains to stop and conductors to walk out and line ... (more)
A lengthy Canadian National train No. 105 slinks its way through rugged Black Canyon west of Ashcroft, British Columbia, on September 24, 2015.
A new ES44AC and a leased one. CN 310 is rounding a curve in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal with two good looking ES44AC's for power on a sunny Christmas Eve morning. Leading is nea... (more)
CN 3114 leads a westbound mixed freight, as they head by Passekeag, New Brunswick, on a cold Winter afternoon.
A westbound Canadian National intermodal train edges the Thompson River east of Lytton, British Columbia, on September 28, 2001. Powering the train is EMD SD50F No. 5436 leading two SD40-2Ws, view... (more)
The CN Super Continental snakes along the east bank of the Fraser River as it glides through the Fraser Canyon south of Cisco on its way to a station stop at Boston Bar, BC. The crew will change t... (more)
A building going up behind it. CN 6200 is a 4-8-4 Northern which is preserved on the grounds in front of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, which reopened to the public just a few we... (more)
Normally passing through here at about 6-7 in the morning, a late CN 120 is passing through Dorval Station at 0920 with ES44AC's CN 2975 & CN 2880 for power. At left making its station stop is VIA... (more)
CN 3091 & CN 2952 lead CN 369 off the island of Montreal and over the Ottawa River on a cold but clear morning.
CN 589 is about to come off of the VIA Alexandria Subdivision, and onto the CN Kingston Subdivision. CN 589 is a transfer between Ottawa and Coteau.
CN 8880 leads stack train Q120, as they split the signals at the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border, and are on the approach to Amherst, Nova Scotia.