In some late Fall evening light, eastbound train M306 crosses the massive Salmon River Trestle, at New Denmark, New Brunswick. The bridge stands at 3,920 feet in length.
CN 3057 leads eastbound train 306, as they rumble over a trestle, approaching Grand Falls, New Brunswick.
With an all blue lashup, CN 306 crosses the river at Montmagny, PQ, with ACe 8103, still in it's demo paint on the point. Trailing were two BCOL blue dash-9s, which were added at Joffre, PQ before... (more)
With some snow falling over Lac Baker, eastbound train 306 cruises along the frozen water side, about 24 miles away from it's next crew change in Edmundston, New Brunswick.
Negotiating the steep grade onto the Pelletier Subdivision, eastbound 'M306' heads underneath the '6ieme Rang Road', at a cool 15mph.
With a glorious Fall view of Lac Baker, CN 306 rolls past with 600+ axles in tow. They're about 20 miles from their next crew change point in Edmundston, New Brunswick.
Looks Like Fall With the Fall season under way, CN 2344 leads eastbound train 'M306', as they negotiate the curves and grades of the Pelletier Sub. Seen here sticking their train out from t... (more)
Running about 4 hours late, CN 306 crosses over the trestle at St Eleuthere, PQ on a nice Summer afternoon.
A relatively new Tier 4 leads eastbound train '306' shortly after diverging on to the Pelletier Sub from the Montmagny Sub.
A sea of blue, as CN 8103 leads M306, with a pair of blue BCOL units trailing, an all blue lashup at the head end. Was lucky to nab the leader while still in it's demo paint, as they've been paint... (more)
CN 306 cruises past the quaint, picturesque village of Lac Baker with the late afternoon shadows creeping up on the train.
After 121 has cleared Tarte siding, M306 gets going again with a fresh crew as they slowly begin to motor eastward.
CN 306 glides past Lac Baker with the Catholic Church visible in the background.