The Port of Montreal Railroad's RP20BD #1002 and slug handle a cut of double stack cars in the North Port section of the Port of Montreal, as trucks await their departure or arrival ramp space nea... (more)
On top of a Port of Montreal switcher. POM 1002 is stopped to participate in the Old Port Symphony, an annual event which involves boats, trains and church bells making a lot of noise in th... (more)
Train faces in the snow. At Exporail on a very sunny afternoon ONR 1400 (MLW RS10), POM 1002 (MLW S2) and CN 6734 (CC&F MU car) congregate at Exporail. At far right in the background is CN ... (more)
Two generations of switcher side-by-side! Here, as you can see, the little GE 50T, built in August 1941, is beside the RailPower RP20BD, built in June 2012.
One of the recent acquisition of Port of Montreal (POM), the RailPower RP20BD, got some minor repairs at AllRail shops.