Train #606 leaves the last stop before the summit on Yablunytskyj Pass enroute for Rakhiv. The overcast made it a bit too dark (it arrived well after 10PM local time) to short but I love the mood.
Seconds from the station.
As the sun sets on the Pacific Ocean Metrolink train 606 rides the coastline as surfers wait to ride the next wave.
The class unit is seen minutes from its final destination at Port Jefferson Station. It is passing the former west yard that was closed when the new yard was finished for the bilevel train sets.
Destined for the Irving refinery at Saint John N.B, a Montreal Maine & Atlantic crude oil train idles at Farnham. A new crew will take over for the next 140 miles run to Megantic
Bound for Saint John N.B, a Montreal Maine & Atlantic oil train charges east through Brookport on a cold & crisp February morning.
The setting sun catches the side of a Montreal Maine & Atlantic oil train as it rumbles across the trestle at Eastman on a cold February afternoon.
Exercising trackage rights over Canadian Pacific Adirondack Subdivision, a Montreal Maine & Atlantic crude oil train accelerates through Delson.
Bound for Saint John N.B, Montreal Maine & Atlantic oil train #606 leads across the Richelieu River by SOO #6026, heads toward Farnham on a cold December afternoon.
Bound for Farnham, a Montreal Maine & Atlantic crude oil train emerges from the thick fog envelopping the Richelieu River Valley on a wintry December morning
Montreal Maine & Atlantic crude oil #606 crawls through the Farnham cautionary limits on a pleasant fall morning.
This Friday brought our first snowflakes as Montreal Maine & Atlantic crude oil train arrives at Farnham from Montreal on a cold October afternoon.
Coming from the Irving refinery located at Saint John N.B, an empty crude oil train climbs out of Magog toward Mount Orford.
Having just left Farnham, Saint John N.B bound crude oil unit train #606 rolls eastward near Brookport.
MM&A crude oil #606 passes through Magog enroute to Saint John N.B