One of the two switchers stationned at the MMC is assembling the Ocean... Lots to see in this picture: on the left is the ex-CN Pointe St-Charles shops, then Alsthom then closed, except for a smal... (more)
AMT does it again, amazing me with it's varied rolling stock. Today, reconditionned ex-GO transit 532 coupled to ex- GO transit karts...
Paint slowly fading, preserved LRC still looks great as one can only imagine the sound of the 16 cylinder 251F Alco engine that used to live in such a small frame. EDIT: While searching the web, I... (more)
Form follows function... On the right, the square work brute, on the left, the streamlined speed voyager VIA 6309 .
MLW family picture: CP 4563, CP 4237, SLAQ 3569 and ONR 1400.
One of four C424 converted to control cabs in 1995, retired in 2004; this one found it's way to the museum in 2008. (Nee CP 4236). Notice the class lights blanked out. On the left is LRC 6921's b... (more)
Wearing the hockey mask scheme, a rare RDC-4 with new paint job greets the visitors at the Canadian Railway Museum.
In the depth of the night, the St-Jean night switcher is on it's three times a week milk run... After doing it's obligatory stop, the 525 is heading back to the main line: the Rouses Point sub.
Look closely, you'll find three pairs of staring eyes in the cab; the guys knowing that the flashes will go off anytime now.... The St-Jean night switcher doing it's three times a week milk run in... (more)
The setting sun brings out nicely the tuscan red paint on 8569.
Backing out of the central train station and headed for the VIA MMC.
View from the abandoned/locked Wellington tower... Well, sort off. One can do miracles with a few steel poles and a remote as evidenced by my other shots a few months ago.
Long live the F40ph! Leaving the Montreal train station with two F40ph; one at each end of brand new multi-level Bombardier car set. AMT 301 was OHCR 301, nee AMTK 301. Type "OHCR 226" in the sear... (more)
Two ex-GO Transit F59ph! RBRX 18531 and AMT 530. 530 is on trial before being sent alone.
18mm shot of the St-Jean RR bridge with MMA #2 slowly rolling on it.