Union Pacific # 5516 brings up the rear of Canadian Paciifc crude oil #608 as it roll through Port Kent with the ferry coming from Burlington Vt making its approach to the docks.
Destined to Albany NY, Canadian Pacific crude oil #608 skirts the shores of Lake Champlain into Port Kent on a brezzy August day.
Central Maine & Quebec ballast train heads south toward Highwater.
An empty rail train arrives at Farnham after laying CWR on the Sherbrooke Subdivision.
As rain drenches the Eastern Townships, St Lawrence & Atlantic #393 heads toward Richmond, then interchanged with Canadian National.
Central Maine & Quebec rail train sits at Vachon just east of Lac-Mégantic near the Maine border.
Montreal-Selkirk CN327/CSX Q620 idles in the siding as CN 326/CSX Q621 holds the main during a crew change.
Central Maine & Quebec #1, heads west toward Farnham at sunset.
The sun rises as Montreal-St Albans Vt(NECR) manifest CN #324 crosses the Richelieu River at the northend tip of Lake Champlain.
Breezy morning as a trio of Canadian Pacific GP38-2's rolls across the Richelieu River on its way to the interchange with the Central Maine & Quebec at Iberville.
The Montreal Maine & Atlantic has become the Central Maine & Quebec Ry, but contrary to its predecessor, the railroad is not exercising trackage rights over Canadian Pacific Adirondack Subdivision... (more)
On a pleasant summer evening, CN #528 glides toward the Canada/U.S border as it approaches Rouses Point NY.
In the distance on a warm summer evening, CN #528 catches the last rays as it races south toward Rouses Point NY where it will be interchanged with Canadian Pacific.
St Albans Vt-Montreal manifest CN 323 races north as it catches the last rays on a warm June evening.
Montreal Maine & Atlantic still operates in Canada. Destined for CP St Luc Yard in Montreal, train # 1 with a pair of GP20D's , crosses the Richelieu River.