CN 527 across bridge
A pair of CN suburban engines. Both CN 49 (MLW 4-6-4T) and CN 6711 (GE boxcab electric) spent their entire careers in suburban service in Montreal and are preserved at Exporail. For more tr... (more)
A pair of SD70M-2's (CN 8872 & CN 8903) head west through Dorval with CN 377. A minute later its counterpart (CN 376) will pass by on the north track. For more train photos, click more)
A pair of SD40-2W's. An earlier than usual CN 373 had a hard to beat lashup, a pair of SD40-2W's (CN 5287 & CN 5277). They had come into Montreal in the morning on a rail train (CN 4... (more)
CN 711 taking the siding,while CN intermodal came ahead of him
CN 527 with big power. While CN 527 has been mostly 100% geep until a couple of weeks ago, it usually has a six axle unit leading now. Here it has two of them (CN 2606 and CN 2409) and one ... (more)
AMT 1363 passing Wellington bridge in afternoon rush hour,notice this swing bridge,making par of railroad history
Canadian National #705 with flats loaded with Canadian Army Leopard 2 tanks, LAV, APC's and other logistic equipment heads west at sunset.
Destined for Albany NY, Canadian Pacific oil train #608 awaits for empty oil train #609 in the siding at St-Mathieu on a pleasant spring morning.
CN 305 heads west with 4 head-end units (CN 2524, CN 8872, CN 2225, CN 2647) and another mid-train (CN 2115). It is passing through Montreal West much later than usual. For more train photos, clic... (more)
Triple SD60s and military equipment! CN 5413, CN 5542 and CN 5541 head west with CN 705 after a crew change at Turcot West. CN 705 is an empty oil train, though you can't tell from t... (more)
The Quebec Gatineau train for Thurso passes the boarded-up ex-CP Calumet Station. It has a pair of geeps (QGRY 2009 and 2502) and 14 cars. Thanks to more)
The Quebec Gatineau train for Thurso passes MP 30.99 of the Lachute Sub. It has a pair of geeps (QGRY 2009 and 2502) and 14 cars. Thanks to more)
3 engines, 2 boxcars! By a gorgeous spring day, a trio of geeps cross Dickson street in Montreal with 2 boxcars.