Wisconsin Central paint scheme CN 3069 powers stack train 120 by the rarely used VIA rail station at the university town of Sackville, New Brunswick.
CN 2993 powers stack train 120 through the university town of Sackville, NB during some early morning fog.
CN 2331 leads stack train Q120 past the vacant VIA Rail station at Sackville, New Brunswick.
Well before sunrise, an SD70M-2 breaks the silence in the small university town of Sackville, New Brunswick. Seen here, heading by the VIA Rail depot, as they battle last little bit of fog in the ... (more)
After a quick little station stop at Sackville, New Brunswick, VIA 14, "The Ocean", continues on eastbound, heading towards Halifax, Nova Scotia.
With the storm clouds behind them, eastbound stack train Q120 rounds the bend, approaching the town of Sackville, New Brunswick.
CN 2320 leads westbound train '407' by the VIA Rail station in Sackville, New Brunswick.
CN 120 rounds a curve into the sun as they Approach Sackville, New Brunswick.
Later than usual CN 120 is close to Sackville, New Brunswick.
I had to run along the dike to get into position to get this image. East bound CNR 120 leaves the town of Sackville and out across the Tantramar marsh. The red mud of the Bay of Fundy is frozen on... (more)
Nearing the Nova Scotia/New Brunswick border, CNR 120 slows as it travels through the small university town of Sackville. Heading East for Halifax with 8 GM export locomotives.
Highball inspection! Track crews watch as CNR 120 the signals at Sackville,NB.
CNR train 436 with new export units from G.M. These are going to Halifax, NS and will be loaded on a ship.