Running about 4 hours late, CN Q120 rounds the S-Curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick, in some nice early morning light.
A late CN Q120 passes by the VIA station at Moncton, New Brunswick. Parked near the station is the power and 4 cars for the CN Safety Days passenger train, which will run between CN's Gordon Yard ... (more)
With the last bit of morning fog burning off, CN 2961 leads CN Q120, as they rumble around the bend at Memramcook, New Brunswick.
In some nice early morning sun, CN 8878 is eastbound, leading stacker train Q120, as they approach Amherst, Nova Scotia.
CN 8838 leads eastbound train Q120, as they pass in front of Fort Beausejour, New Brunswick, approaching the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border. The 90 degree curve of the track adds a nice affect t... (more)
Luck was on my side today. During blue hour, in a colorful morning sky, CN 8947 pulls 13,920 feet of Q120's train, as they head by the frozen Palmers Pond at Dorchester, New Brunswick.
CN 8947 rounds the bend at Fort Beausejour, approaching the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border.
CN 8947 leads a 13,920 foot eastbound Q120, as they approach Amherst, Nova Scotia at sunrise.
Luck was on my side today. During blue hour, in a colorful morning sky, CN 8947 pulls 13,920 feet of Q120's train, as they round the curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick. They were having no i... (more)
In a frosty sunrise, CN 8947 powers CN Q120, as they approach Maccan, Nova Scotia. Shot with my Sigma 150-600mm lens.
IC 2699 leads stacker train Q120 as they approach the bend at Maccan, Nova Scotia, at sunrise.
CN 3079 leads stack train Q120 over the trestle at East Mines, Nova Scotia, with the sun rising for another day. Sometime over the last little while, everything along here had been brush cut, maki... (more)
After cresting the grade and starting their descent at Folly Lake, CN Q120 round the bend, picking up speed, approaching Londonderry, Nova Scotia with the sun rising in the background.
Through some thick fog, CN 3018 leads eastbound stack train Q120 as they round the non-viewable S-Curve at Upper Dorchester, New Brunswick.
CN 8880 leads stack train Q120, as they split the signals at the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border, and are on the approach to Amherst, Nova Scotia.