Running a tad behind schedule, VIA 1 will make that up with a quick station stop at Armstrong and jumping ahead of Z111's train. The east end of Armstrong had a rather interesting setup of signals... (more)
CN C44-9WL 2508, C44-9W 2625, & SD70M-2 8958 lift a lengthy 12000ft 303 out of Armstrong
A loaded potash train (205 cars & 30000 tons) departs Armstrong after changing crews at the 1.1 crossing
After a quick crew change, Winnipeg to Montreal #108 departs town behind a matching pair of BCOL blue's!
Their back! CN C40-8M 2402 pulls 303's freight into Armstrong on a warm summers evening. Smoke fills the sky from fires across Northern Ontario.
After a quick crew change at the highway, hotshot 114 is underway passing through Armstrong
CN Z114 departs Armstrong East
After a solid run from Hornepayne covering the entire Caramat Sub, the weed spray train pulls into the siding to head into the yard for the night.
CN 412000 "CN Inspection Service" the reporting marks, actually CN International Service are fitting for one of many of these automated track inspection cars that roam CN's core mainline... (more)
After over a year of being cancelled, the Canadian is finally back in service (once a week) between Toronto - Winnipeg - Vancouver. Here the 2nd eastbound Canadian departs Armstrong after a brief ... (more)
After a quick crew change, CN X111 is on its way out of town
After a quick tag at the bunkhouse, Z114 departs town for Hornepayne
Allan Mines, SK - Moncton, NB (eventually St John, NB) potash train B730 departs Armstrong. These are the heaviest trains on the NOD usually right around the same length/tonnage with 4 GE's and 20... (more)
A pair of SD75I's bring X114's train down the siding at Armstrong
CN 313 departs Armstrong behind SD75I 5632 & C44-9WL 2514