On a gorgeous afternoon, SLR 393 rolls over the Richelieu river at Beloeil PQ. Mont Saint-Hilaire can be seen as well in the background.
Two FPA-4's lead the early morning train from Quebec City to Montreal across the Richelieu River.
Destined to Quebec City, a pair of GP40-2L(W)'s are pulling Canadian National Canadian National 100 Anniversary Train across the swollen Richelieu River at Beloeil.
An FP9A - FPB-4 - RS-18 lashup leads "The Ocean" from Halifax to Montreal across the Richelieu River Bridge.
On a wet and dreary day an M636 and an SD40 lead a westbound freight past the drawbridge tender's cabin.
The holiday rush is on as this passenger train crosses the Richelieu River. This was the site of a wreck on June 29, 1864 when an 11 car Grand Trunk passenger train went through the open swing bri... (more)
Overnight light snow has tapered off with the sound of ice crashing into the bridge as an all stainless steel lengthy Ocean rumbles above the Richelieu River with locomotives 6418 6457 6459 and ca... (more)
The Ocean with a Budd full stainless steel consist is approaching its final destination Montreal as it crosses the Richelieu River at Beloeil.
The holiday rush is on. Carrying green flags, this is the third section of Train 15, "The Ocean" from Halifax to Montreal. The train is crossing the Richelieu River. This was the site... (more)
Snow is coming down hard as Halifax-Montreal VIA Rail Ocean is crossing the Richelieu River with a full Budd stainless steel consist.
Halifax-Montreal Via Rail Ocean rumbles across the Richelieu river on a crisp November morning.
Happy Thanksgiving! Halifax-Montreal VIA Rail Ocean is crossing the Richelieu River after sunrise on a beautiful early fall day in Southern Quebec.
With three new locomotives, Toronto-Halifax Canadian National 120 is crossing the the Richelieu River on the Beloeil bridge.
The CN 401 rolls over the Richelieu river at Beloeil, QC towards Taschereau yard. CN 5341 (EMD SD40-2W), CN 4114 (GMD GP9RM) and CN 4809 (EMD GP38-2W) was leading CN 401 with 49 cars and 3084 feet... (more)