BCOL 4619, in original colors, leads the CN 377 at Baie-D'urfé, Qc. That paint scheme will become more rarer in the next years, with the CN colors starting to appears on ex-BC Rail units.
Teaching about trolleys. An Exporail volunteer demonstrates how a trolley operates, with a preserved example behind him. MSC 611 was built by Ottawa Car in 1917 for the Montreal & So... (more)
Canadian National Railway GMD GP9 #4509 in the classic green, yellow and black paint scheme.
CN 5663 lead CN 308
CN 2336 lead CN 121
CN 308 rumbles across the Boucanée River trestle.
VIA’s Train 69 awaits the conductor’s highball to depart Montreal’s Bonaventure Station on Oct. 11, 1982 for its 335-mile run to Toronto — Canada’s largest cities. EMD units 6523-6621 and Alco F... (more)
CN 327 with the usual pair of CSX units (813 & 3138) heads west at Dorval. For more train photos, click here.
With the sun rapidly setting, CN #401 is experiencing mechanical issues with a traction motor on the trailing locomotive. The locomotives sit on the main line while the crew is trying to rectify ... (more)
A broadside shot of VIA 6921, preserved at Exporail. For more train photos, click here.
A trio of units are seen at Dorval on a sunny winter afternoon. From left to right are VIA 6921 (BBD LRC-3), SLQ 3569 (ex-CN MLW M420W) and CN 30 (GE 70 tonner). In the distance at far right is Ha... (more)
A very late CN 120 with CN 2587, CN 2524 & CN 5724 passes through VIA Dorval Station. For more train photos, click here.
By a gorgeous winter day, CN 900 (rail train) slowly approach the detector of MP 17 on CN Kingston Subdivision. It will pass the detector at 13 mph.
In the sunset, VIA #64 makes a stop to VIA Dorval station, on South track, while CN 327 pass under the signal 12L few seconds before to cross on the North track. At the end of the platform, more)
CN 327,leaded by CSXT 813,passing Dorval