Open for business again. Closed as recently as last week (and since the end of last summer), I was glad to discover that the tower that I took this shot from (controlled by Parks Canada) wa... (more)
The fourt and second to last F40 wrap. VIA 6437 is the fourth and second to last F40 to get a Canada 150 wrap. Here it pushes VIA 33 over the Lachine Canal after leaving Central Station in ... (more)
VIA 633 has unwrapped VIA 6420 leading and wrapped P42DC's VIA 905 mid-train and VIA 907 at the tail end as the 48-axle long train passes the curve at MP 6 of CN's Montreal Sub. The rear consist b... (more)
A bit of everything the length of the train. CN 310 (which runs from MacMillan Yard in Toronto to Joffre Yard near Quebec City) often has a bit of everything, and it's no exception as it pa... (more)
A pair of CSXT ES44AH's with steerable trucks (CSXT 954 & CSXT 813) lead CN 327 around a curve in Beaconsfield.
VIA 6445 leads VIA 622 eastbound, on its way to Quebec City after making its first station stop at St-Lambert Station.
Downtown in the background. CN 120 with clean CN 8900 leading CN 2275, CN 8807 & CN 2233 has 636 axles as it heads east on the St-Hyacinthe Sub, with the skyline of downtown Montreal in the... (more)
AMT 109 pushes the deadheading Adirondack past Montreal's increasingly condo-filled skyline.
Three Dash8 models. CN 149 is leaving the Port of Montreal with three different Dash8 models for power: Dash8-40CW CN 2155, Dash8-40C CN 2023 & Dash8-40CM CN 2412.
AMT 816 with AMT 1359 approaches the out of use CN swing bridge in Montreal. At left is Welllington Tower.
A Candiac-line AMT train is deadheading back to the South Shore to bring more commuters to Montreal during the morning rush hour.
A pair of Dash9's (NS 9174 & NS 8933) lead a longer than usual CN 529 through the curve at Turcot West on a rainy afternoon.
A class leader, wrapped. VIA 63 is passing Wellington Tower 5 minutes after leaving Central Station in Montreal. Power is class leader for VIA Rail's P42DC's (VIA 900), which is wrapped for... (more)
AMT 1326 pushes a deadhead move back to the South Shore as it crosses the St. Lawrence River during the morning rush hour.
The race is on. Both VIA 37 and AMT 814 are scheduled to leave Montreal's Central Station at 1650 and generally can be seen heading out side by side. However VIA 37 tends to pass AMT 814 so... (more)