GMTX 2226 leads NBSR train 907 approaching Tracy, New Brunswick.
Out of Fredericton Jct, train 907, in the distance, approaches Tracy, New Brunswick.
For the first time in over 25 years, a Canadian Pacific intermodal train has landed in Southern New Brunswick. A pair of NBSR SD40's power a 10,000 foot empty stack train through the community of ... (more)
After heading through Fredericton Jct, 907 parallels route 101, as they approach Tracy, New Brunswick.
NBSR 6319 is in charge of train 907, rounding the bend at Tracy, New Brunswick.
CN 1501 is testing the NBSR's McAdam Subdivision, seen here approaching Tracy, New Brunswick, mile 49 of the NBSR's McAdam Subdivision.
NBSR 6340 leads a New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound freight, as they round the bend at Tracy, New Brunswick.
After some work at Fredericton Jct, NBSR 6318 continues on it's way, passing through the community of Tracy, just west of Fredericton Jct, New Brunswick.
After doing a set off/pick up at Fredericton Jct, westbound NBSR train 907 continues on, as they round the bend at Tracy, New Brunswick.
NBSR 6319, a former HLCX unit, leads a New Brunswick Southern Railway westbound freight around the bend at Tracy, west of Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick.
NBSR 6332 and NBSR 8144, both former HLCX units, round the bend as they pass through the small community of Tracy, New Brunswick, a few miles west of the infamous Fredericton Junction.
NBSR Train 907-14 rounds a bend in downtown Tracy, NB behind a colourful consist.