In the middle of a refurbishment, 4-8-4 CN 6200 sits on the grounds in front of the Canada Science and Technology Museum, scheduled to reopen in a few months, after being closed since 2014.
One of a kind wrap trailing. A late VIA 35 is splitting the signals just east of Ottawa Station with the only VIA first class car to be wrapped, in a unique scheme (VIA 3476).
CN 309 with a pair of ET44AC's (CN 3004 & CN 3034) bypasses a crew change at Turcot West as it heads towards Taschereau Yard where it will set off the headend TankTrain cars (usually CN 309 bypass... (more)
VIA 37 from Quebec City has VIA 6432 leading a Renaissance consist as it crosses the Lachine Canal in Montreal.
Stopped by the locks. CN 7032 is stopped over the eastern end of the Lachine Canal before backing up with a cut of grain cars. In the foreground are a set of locks, used by pleasure boats o... (more)
A pair of GP9's (CN 7054 & CN 7032) are leaving the Port of Montreal light power after bringing some cars into the port.
The CP Canada 150 train is seen stopped on the CN Wharf Spur in Montreal after it surprisingly took CN's Montreal Sub and Wharf Spur to reach this spot in the Port of Montreal for its show this af... (more)
An unexpected shot. The CP Canada 150 train is seen crossing the Lachine Canal with Montreal's skyline behind it after it surprisingly took CN's Montreal Sub and Wharf Spur to get to the Po... (more)
Back to our regularly scheduled programming. Almost exactly 24 hours after the CP Canada 150 train (with three F-units) crossed the Lachine Canal at this location to get to the Port of Mont... (more)
CP Canada 150 train on CN tracks. The CP Canada 150 train is seen crossing the Lachine Canal on the CN Wharf Spur after it surprisingly took CN's Montreal Sub and Wharf Spur to get to the P... (more)
Passenger and freights trains heading west. At left AMT 53 is heading west after making its stop at Pointe-Claire Station on CP's Vaudreuil Sub, at right CN 377 is also heading west on CN's... (more)
Over the diamond. VIA 26 with wrapped unit VIA 913 clatters across CP's double track Winchester Sub where it is crossed by VIA Rail's Alexndria Sub (originally CN).
Two shades of BC Rail. BC Rail units in two paint schemes lead CN 149 out of the Port of Montreal. Full lashup is BCOL 4606, BCOL 4650 & CN 2677.
AMT 40 with AMT 1354 leading is heading east after stopping at Cedar Park Station.
VIA 6431 leads VIA 67 through Montreal West.