The second engine number is: 8888 :)
Daily Toronto-Chambord train rounds the "Club Arlau" curve (named after a nearby hunting club) near MP 37 the scenic Lac-Saint-Jean subdivision.
CN 368 is passing in one of the curves on the CN Lac-Saint-Jean subdivision.
CN 368 is passing the MP 24.0 on the CN Lac-Saint-Jean Sub.
CN 368 is rolling on the one most scenic subdivision in Quebec province.
In the first rays of the day, CN 368 is passing VIA Hervey-Jonction station. The station was opened in 1905.
A very late M36831 14 makes its way east on a beautiful December morning.
Northbound CN 368 rolls through the small town of Lac-aux-Sables on a foggy March morning. Not surprisingly, we call this spot "Big Tree".
Northbound CN 368 rumbles through the famous "Club Arlau" curve (named after a nearby hunting club) on a frosty, foggy September morning.
Northbound Toronto-Chambord CN 368 rolls through the frosted forest near Talbot siding, on the scenic Lac-Saint-Jean subdivision.
Minutes after sunrise, CN 368's lead unit catches a glimpse of sunlight near MP 30.0 of the hilly Lac-Saint-Jean subdivision.
CN 368 breaks the silence in the tiny hamlet of Miguick, located in the northern-most part of the Portneuf Wildlife Reserve.
It's 6:00 AM in Garneau yard and the crew of CN 368 has just completed their brake test and pulled their power from the shop track. They have now stopped in front of the office/tower to pick up th... (more)
CN 368 rumbles across the MP 24.04 crossing on its way to Chambord.
It's pretty easy to see why this place is quickly becoming my favorite photo location. Thanks to my friend and RP contributor more)