Two sets of local power are laying over at Coteau between shifts.
CN 538's crew has just tied down their power at the end of their shift.
CN 369 has a pair of SD75Is then a pair of GEVOs as it passes underneath a classic signal bridge at the turnout for the Valleyfield Sub (at right).
CN 536's power is heading towards Coteau Yard at the start of its run.
Two sets of local power (CN 9523/CN 9410 & CN 4800/CN 4727) are seen behind Coteau station.
CN 321 is passing under a classic Kingston Sub signal bridge at Coteau Jct on a warm evening as it prepares to set off an inspection boxcar (the second car from the head end) and lift cars before ... (more)
At left the engineer is onboard GTW 6226, which is CN 536's leader. At right is CN 4139, out of service at the time.
The engineer is on board CN 536's power as he awaits the rest of the crew to join him at the start of their shift.
CN 321 is backing up at Coteau Ouest as it does a lift before departing westwards during some nice evening light. Power is CN 2832 & CN 2851.
VIA 39 has just left the CN Kingston Sub at Coteau Jct. Behind is the tail end of CN 321, with TankTrain cars. It is stopped as it works at Coteau.
CN 536 is on its way to help CN 321 with a set off and lift as it passes under a signal bridge at Coteau Jct. Power is GTW 6226 & CN 9410.
A small portion of CN 4139 is reflected in some water as this veteran gets ready to switch Coteau Yard. CN 4139 was built 63 years ago and was originally numbered CN 4287.
CN 9410 sports clean zebra stripes as CN 536 does work at Coteau in the evening.
Smoke emerges from CN 4139 as CN 536's engineer starts it up at the start of his shift.
CN 536's engineer has spotted his power (CN 4139, GTW 6226 & CN 9410) behind Coteau Station at the start of his shift; soon the rest of the crew will board and they will head to Coteau Yard to do ... (more)