A humpbacked prototype. Built as an ET44AC prototype, GECX 2039 sports a humpbacked profile not found on production models of the ET44AC. It is seen stopped at Coteau as CN 372 works the ya... (more)
GE's built 23 years apart. CN 372 has ES44AC CN 2922 (built in 2014) and Dash8-40C CN 2128 (built in 1991) as head end power as it passes under a signal gantry at Dorval as the train crosse... (more)
Past where the Lachine Spur started. CN 372's power (CN 8011 & CN 5679) head west on the Montreal Sub, on their way to track 29 (the only track left from what was Turcot Yard) to pick up CN... (more)
The old and the new. CN 372's power (CN 8011 & CN 5679) head east on track 29 (the only track left from what was Turcot Yard) to pick up CN 2921, which was the DPU on a grain train. At left... (more)
CN ES44ACs 2837 and 2914 lead their train under Carman Road in Iroquois as they travel east on the Kingston Sub with CN 372.
CN 372 passing speed limit signs at Dorval. A later than usual CN 372 passes through Dorval with CN 2320 and CN 5689 at the head end and CN 8935 as the DPU during a brief sunny spell. The g... (more)
BCOL leading CN 372. CN 372 has a BC Rail leader and another mid-train (BCOL 4646, CN 2600, CN 2406 & BCOL 4651 DPU) as it passes through Pointe-Claire, past MP 13 of the Kingston sub.
Smoke from CN 2320. A later than usual CN 372 passes through Dorval with CN 2320 and CN 5689 at the head end and CN 8935 as the DPU during a brief sunny spell.
CN 5765, BCOL 4609, CN 5701, CN 5441 and IC 1007 travel east on the Kingston Sub with CN 372.
Passing Cedar Park Station. CN 372 is mostly autoracks and has CN 2334 headend and CN 2301 mid-train as it passes the AMT Cedar Park Station at right, located on the CP Vaudreuil Sub.
CN Dash 9-44CW 2641 and SD75I 5648 depart from Belleville with CN 372.
By a cold spring day, CN 372 races on the CN Kingston Subdivision in Montreal West-Island.
CN 372 heads east through VIA's Dorval station with a single unit as passengers await the arrival of VIA 65. For more train photos, click more)
CN 372 emerges out of the setting sun as it battles the steep grade at Newcastle, Ontario after working Oshawa.