Three units, three EMD models. CN 120 has an SD75I, an SD60 and a SD60F (CN 5707, CN 5405 & CN 5547) as it crosses the partially frozen Richelieu river, bound for Halifax on a frigid mornin... (more)
The crew from the Keenan Switch Job dismounts and gives a roll by to IC 6250 leading a U-789 taconite train south through the yard on a fog filled day. Obstructed by the fog and steam is a northb... (more)
A southbound Union Pacific sand train heads for Illinois behind a pair of Canadian Visitors. UP power on the nearby CN has become somewhat normal, but seeing CN power on the old CNW is a little st... (more)
CN 2010 bowing out.... long hood forward. CN 2010 has been assigned to Montreal area transfer CN 527 for over a month and is seen here leading CN 527 towards nearby Taschereau Yard, long ho... (more)
CN/CSX teamwork. CN 2283 & CSXT 529 are teaming up to power CN 327, a train which originates on CN rails but reaches CSX rails in Valleyfield, Qc. Here it is westbound on the south track of... (more)
Southbound CN 402 with SD70M-2 #8921 and 3 cars.
CN 473 passed Montmagny
CN Q105 departs Armstrong while a X111 waits for a crew
With a cold snap, everything went south. Train 101 had to reduce at Hornepayne, and then suffered mechanical problems on the Caramat Sub and had to reduce even more! Here a dead 2116 waits to be p... (more)
Q116 has just taken the light at Hargwen, heading downhill towards Edson.
A sunny Saturday morning, CN 5742 and CN 4615 roll through Bayview on CN train 393. As it begins its journey across the Dundas sub and up the grade through the Niagara Escarpment.
Prince George bound train M303 heads west on CN's Edson Sub with temperatures hovering around the -40C mark.
After changing crews at Armstrong, CN X314 opens it up to 60mph
Brand new ES44AC 2883 and 6 year old SD70M-2 8859 compete to see who's cleaner. It seems that somebody at CN has finally turned on a washrack somewhere, as I think the 8859 has the 2883 beat!
Robert's Bank-Chicago stacks speed east towards Kamloops, as the sun does it's best to burn off the morning fog.