MNR 6406 pulls out of Bayshore Yard and heads back to Ponderosa Yard in West Saint John, where it'll add another track and leave town.
Blue leaser GMTX 2633 pulls a string of containers ahead while doing some switching during a snowfall at Bayshore Yard in Saint John, New Brunswick.
After putting it's train together, train 594 pulls ahead and parks, waiting for it's final bit of paperwork before heading back to Moncton. Heritage engine CN 3023 leads, in the EJE paint scheme. ... (more)
CN 3981 and CN 8101 still sit quiet, almost a month after a derailment at Courntay Bay. For whatever reason, there doesn't seem to be a real rush to fix the tracks. That's great for me, as it give... (more)
GMTX 223, the potash switcher sits parked near CN 3981, both idle due to a derailment which happened at the potash terminal last week.
NBSR 6315 leads train 908 getting handy to their final destination of Saint John, New Brunswick.
A late NBSR train 908 pulls into the yard in a foggy West Saint John, New Brunswick.
After setting off their inbound train, NBSR 908 reverses back to the shop, with the Irving Pulp and Paper mill in the background.
NBSR 908 pulls into Ponderosa Yard in west Saint John.
CP 8781, the Hapag Lloyd painted pony, sits paired with New Brunswick Southern Railway 6402 at the port of Saint John, for "Port Days" which is happening today. This is the first CP engi... (more)
After a snowfall the night before, train 594 pulls into Island Yard in Saint John, New Brunswick, with a chilly Tier 4 on the point.
After spending the day down at Bayshore Yard in Saint John, New Brunswick, CP RCP train makes it's way out towards Dever Yard in West Saint John at sunrise. It will continue west into Maine, then ... (more)
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.