The Charlevoix subdivision (former CN Murray Bay subdivision) skirts the mighty Saint-Lawrence river for more than half its length. It is one of the most impressive, yet unaccessible rail lines in... (more)
The train du Massif, as well call it in French, heads west towards Québec City and is seen here passing the MP 80.30 bridge at Sainte-Irénée. Here, you can barely see across the Saint-Lawre... (more)
The West Chester Railroad participated in the Lansdale Day events by running a special train, the "Lansdale Special", from West Chester to Lansdale, covering former Pennsylvania and Reading lines.... (more)
An MLW RS-18 and MLW RS-10 in classic Canadian Pacific script lettering lead a westbound on the approach to Campbellville, ON. Two leased engines make up the foursome in April of 1969.
After a washout north of Lake Superior the CP detoured a number of trains that had been in the area of Sudbury over the Sault Ste. Marie branch and then WC from Sault Ste. Marie-Neenah-Minneapolis... (more)
Originally built in July 1957 by Montreal Locomotive Works, 1842 sits by the Trillium yard office in Tillsonburg, Ontario. This unit has quite the history as well: ex-OCRR 1842; ex-CP 1842; nee-CN... (more)
OSR 182 and 503 bring a few cars into Salford from the interchange with CP in Woodstock. The units will refuel and continue on towards St Thomas.
A OSRX Alco sit's in Guelph Junction.
The Massif de Charlevoix train is rolling along the Saint-Lawrence river past the small hamlet of Sainte-Irénée, one of countless beautiful villages in the Charlevoix region of Québec. Ex-CP MLW R... (more)
The Massif de Charlevoix train heads towards Pointe-au-Pic on a gorgeous winter morning. Click here for a summer view ... (more)
The Massif de Charlevoix train has just reached it's destination, Pointe-au-Pic. Its passengers will now detrain and board a voyageur bus for a guided tour of the area. Pointe-au-Pic is best known... (more)
The Massif de Charlevoix train rolls along the Saint-Lawrence river at low tide.
The Massif de Charlevoix train rolls towards its namesake ski resort, but is seen here rolling through the fields of Saint-Joachim, at the foot of Mount Sainte-Anne.
NBEC 1818 and 6905 sit outside of the wheel shop at CN's Homewood shops awaiting disposition. 1818 was later sold for scrap and most likely scrapped on site and the 6905 was sold to the DMVW.
On my first trip East, still in high school, I was fortunate enough to have my brother drive me around to alot of yards. Here a CP train gets ready to depart White River Junction.