The sun rises as Montreal Maine & Atlantic oil train #2 breaks the early morning silence as it rumbles across the Richelieu River.
Having received instructions from U.S Customs and the D&H Northend dispatcher, Providence R.I bound Canadian Pacific ethanol train #644 rolls southward as it approaches the Canada/U.S border.
The Orford Express with one unique locomotive at each end rumbles across the trestle at Eastman.
Under threatening skies, Canadian Pacific Track Evaluation train is working between Delson and St-Jean.
New England Central SD40T-2 #3317 is being inspected by the shop forces at the NECR roundhouse constructed in 1923 by the Central Vermont. Photo taken with permission.
CAD rebuilt and freshly painted Canadian Pacific SD60#6262 ex-SOO #6062 is seen at the CP Montreal St Luc Diesel Shop. Photo taken with permission.
Montreal Maine & Atlantic crude oil train #2 awaits for a relief crew before heading east to Sherbrooke.
Running long-hood forward, NECR ``chip train`` with freshly painted NECR# 3015, brings empty woodchip hoppers north to Swanton as it rolls high above the Lamoille River/ Arrowhead Mountain Lake o... (more)
The Shawinigan Turn crosses the St-Maurice River(Shawinigan Falls) on a gorgeous spring day.
Montreal Maine & Atlantic #1 heels into a super-elevated curve at sunset.
Having just crossed the Seaway, Montreal Maine & Atlantic #2 hustles south through Adirondack Jct after being granted permission to proceed to Delson ahead of a commuter train.
Moments after sunrise, Montreal Maine & Atlantic #1 heads for Montreal as it rumbles across the Richelieu River on a gorgeous spring morning
Windy and warm at the northend tip of Lake Champlain as Canadian National #324 heading to St. Albans, eases on the trestle at the entrance of Missisquoi Bay.
At the controls of ``The Spririt of Maryland``, the engineer observes the side of his train during switching operations on a gorgeous spring day.
Heading south toward Massena NY, CSX Q620 breaks the silence as it rumbles through the small hamlet of Dundee located only few miles north of the Canada/U.S border.