'John Molson' is a 2-2-2 steam engine built by Kawasaki during the 1970s as a replica of one of Canada's first steam engines. This photo was taken from a passing streetcar at Exporail.
To the left a deadhead movement is heading downtown with RBRX 18523 in the lead. On the right, AMT train 191 is departing after making its station stop at Montreal West, bound for St-Jerome.
On a beautiful spring morning CP 8725 & CP 8652 are leading a loaded ethanol train through the AMT Dorval Station. Pushing on the rear is CP 9754.
GP9 QIT 27 of QNSL origin and GP9 rebuilt QIT 5141 - of unknown origin - sit in the locomotive shed on a quiet sunday. The picture was shot during a 5-week break in mining and railroad operations,... (more)
QIT means Quebec Iron & Titanium. The QIT owns the Romaine River Railway (CFRR: Chemin de Fer de la Riviere Romaine), a 26-miles / 47 km mineral railway linking an ilmenite (titanium oxide ore) mi... (more)
CNR's GMD GP9 #4495, CLC H16-44 #2214 and CLC CFA16-4 #9328.
With a new EMD SD30C-ECO as leader, Canadian Pacific ethanol train #642 works upgrade at the St-Mathieu siding as it leaves the Island of Montreal behind on a warm and humid morning.
``CN to the Rescue`` Amtrak Adirondack was involved in a grade crossing accident with farm equipment this afternoon. Here's the disabled consist in tow, heading back to the VIA Rail Montreal M... (more)
A new Canadian Pacific GP20C-ECO locomotive leads Canadian Pacific Tec Train as it heads east on the Quebec Gatineau Lachute Subdivision at Grenville Bay
A new Canadian Pacific GP20C-ECO locomotive leads Canadian Pacific Tec Train across the Rouge River as it heads east on the Quebec Gatineau Lachute Subdivision.
By a gorgeous sunday afternoon, an EMD FL9 leads the ''Orford Express'' train on the MMA Sherbrooke Subdivision.
CP 8873 passed DeBeaujeu diamond.
VIA 913 on the bridge at Bassin Peel.
Unusual visits on the CN 327! Here, especially on the CSX Montreal Subdivision, it's rare to have CP unit on the CN 326/327 consists. As you can see on the picture, the CN 327 cross ... (more)