Fog still lingers as Montreal-Millinocket MM&A train # 2 accelerates across the Richelieu River at sunrise
Bound for Farnham, a trio of old warriors crosses the Richelieu River on a splendid summer morning
MM&A train # 2 is dwarfed by the massive St Lawrence Bridge as it leaves the Island of Montreal early this morning.
MM&A train # 2 begins its journey toward Millinocket Maine as it catches the first rays leaving the Island of Montreal
Having left CP St-Luc Yard in Montreal at dawn, Millinocket Maine bound MM&A 758 South has covered roughly 25 miles since departure as it crosses the Richelieu River at sunrise
Another gorgeous summer day in sight as MM&A Train # 2 breaks the morning silence as it rumbles across the Richelieu River
VIA's Canadian departs Knox siding after a meet with CN Q111.
VIA Rail's Canadian departs the Rivers area for Winnipeg.
It's O530hrs and the rising sun peaks though the morning clouds as four old GE's charges toward Farnham
Sunrise on the city greets Farnham bound MM&A 3609 South as it accelerates across the Richelieu River
MM&A 5078 East, rolls through Eastman with a colorful power consist on Easter Sunday
Arriving from Montreal, MM&A Job#2 is shunting cars in the yard at Farnham
MM&A 758 South, awaits a fresh crew before departing for Millinocket, Maine
MM&A 3603 South crosses the historic Lachine Canal in Montreal. The canal was replaced by the St-Lawrence Seaway in 1959 and it finally closed to shipping in 1970.