CN 527 with BCOL 4652 & CN 2011 for power is temporarily advancing over the St-Ambroise crossing before backing its lift up to the rest of its train. Once that is complete the train will depart fo... (more)
After lifting cars at Pointe St-Charles Yard (including intermodal from the Port of Montreal), CN 527 is on its way to Taschereau Yard as it passes over the De Courcelle crossing with a nice lashu... (more)
Toronto BIT, ON - Vancouver Roberts Bank, BC stacks/baretables fly across the Little Jackfish River bridge
BCOL Dash 9-44CW No. 4652, SD40-2 No. 750 and Dash 9-44CW No. 4651 running southbound along the banks of Birkenhead River with a mixed freight in tow.
A rare leader on this train, BCOL 4652 leads stack train Q120, as they pass the station sign at Maccan, Nova Scotia.
A rare leader on this train, BCOL 4652 leads stack train Q120, just as they cross the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border, overhead at Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia.
BCOL 4652 leads eastbound stack train Q120 as they approach Amherst, Nova Scotia. Due to engine problems, the original leader of this train, CN 8940, was set off west of Edmundston, New Brunswick.... (more)
BCOL 4652 leads eastbound stack train Q120 as they approach Oxford Jct, Nova Scotia. Due to engine problems, the original leader of this train, CN 8940, was set off west of Edmundston, New Brunswi... (more)
BC Rail leader over a flagged crossing. BCOL 4652 slowly leads CN 149 over a crossing which is being flagged on either side by a Port of Montreal employee on a sunny morning.
109 loads out of Alden, IA, are bound to the ADM unload facility at Reserve, LA. Here the train fights gravity over the hogbacks between Raymond and Jesup. The train just left Waterloo 10 miles ba... (more)
A BC Rail Dash 9 sits in the south yard in Joliet.
In a scene that could pass for Alberta or British Columbia, a couple of canucks roll into Atlanta for a crew change.
A blue BCRail leads 12X east to a stop at CP Max where a cab signal leader will be put on the point for the rest of the trip to Conway.
A pair of BCRail C44-9Ws lead NS train 177 on a sunny Saturday morning.
A matched set of British Columbia Railway units accelerate out of the siding after meeting NS 174.