CN 3071 powers train 594 as they head back to CN's Island Yard in Saint John for their next cut of potash loads for Courtnay Bay. My timing sucked, so I had to improvise on the photo.
CN 3071 leads potash train 594 as they head over to Courtnay Bay in Saint John's south end shortly after sunrise.
After coming off the shop track, NBSR 6401 pulls ahead and starts to put it's train together on a dreary/foggy afternoon.
A pair of ex CREX ponies power CN 730 arriving at Saint John, NB.
The Big J on a dreary day, train 406 pulls their first cut of empty potash out of Courtnay Bay with the EJE heritage engine on the point.
The Big J, CN 3023 leads 406 as they pull back into Island yard in Saint John, NB after picking up some empty potash cars from Courtnay Bay in the city's south end.
From a different vantage point (aka up 40 sets of stairs), potash train 730 rounds the bend at CN Coldbrook, mile 83.5 arriving at Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN potash train 730 heads around a sharp bend heading to Courtnay Bay in Saint John, NB.
CN potash train 730 heads over to Courtnay Bay with it's potash loads.
CN 2846 leads potash train 730 to Courtnay Bay in Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN 2846 leads potash train 730 through Island Yard in Saint John, New Brunswick.
A pair of M-2s lead train 406 as they arrive at CN's Island Yard in Saint John, New Brunswick, during a snowstorm.
Canadian Pacific Caboose 434919 (Center Cupola) built in 1971 by CP Angus Shops, 434919 sold to New Brunswick Southern Railway in 1995.
CP Rail GMD SW1200RSu 1275 rebuilt in 1983.
CP 2241 leads the TEC train along Harbour Passage, near Island Yard in Saint John, New Brunswick.