Standard cabs up front. Standard cabs SD60 CN 5484 and Dash8-40C CN 2003 (along with wide cab SD75I CN 5778) are the power on CN 149 as it leaves the Port of Montreal with intermodal tonnag... (more)
Brand new unit second out. CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal with brand new ES44AC CN 2986 trailing. Leading is an ES44AC built in 2015, CN 2971.
CN 2262 is in charge of CN 149 as it approaches the last crossing in the Port of Montreal, flagged by a Port of Montreal employee whose truck is parked at right.
Chicago and Toronto-bound. CN 149 is leaving the island of Montreal with containers bound for both Toronto and Chicago on a warm late summer morning. Power is IC 2709 and CN 5427.
CN 149 with a varied lashup of BCOL 4650, CN 2009 & CN 3087 is climbing the grade on CN's York Sub, on its way to the Brampton Intermodal Terminal in the Toronto area.
CN 149 has an ex-Oakway SD60 leading two Dash9's (CN 5425, CN 2546, IC 2701) and 586 axles as it approaches Turcot West in Montreal.
Two shades of BC Rail. BC Rail units in two paint schemes lead CN 149 out of the Port of Montreal. Full lashup is BCOL 4606, BCOL 4650 & CN 2677.
CN 2577, CN 5733 & CN 3033 lead CN 149 out of the Port of Montreal. In not too long the train will stop at Turcot West to lift traffic set off by CN 121 the night before.
CN 3039 & CN 5435 & IC 2700 lead CN 149 which is leaving the Port of Montreal with 194 platforms destined for Toronto and Chicago.
CN 149 has CN 2098, BCOL 4607 & CN 2324 for power as it crosses the Lachine Canal in Old Montreal, at the start of its run to Chicago.
Two secondhand standard cabs up front. CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal with two standard cab units that CN picked up secondhand (SD60 CN 5482 & C40-8 CN 2100), with CN 2648 third. Th... (more)
Three Dash8 models. CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal with three different Dash8 models for power: Dash8-40CW CN 2155, Dash8-40C CN 2023 & Dash8-40CM CN 2412.
The water is high. After a record amount of rainfall in April, the water level of the Lachine Canal and the St. Lawrence River is among the highest its ever been. Here CN 149 is seen crossi... (more)
SD75I 5664, IC SD70 1027 and ex-BNSF DASH 8-40CW 2166 approach the Quebec-Ontario provincial boundary as they travel west on the Kingston Sub with CN 149.
A late CN 149 is rounding a curve as it leaves the port of Montreal with CN 2556 & CN 8917 leading 9,602 feet of containers.