CN 2813 leads a stack train through Truro heading east towards Halifax’s Rockingham yard
CN 1501 sits along in the east end of the Truro yard
CN 2909 leads a mixed freight train towards the Truro reload yard where it will pick up a cut of cars before heading west towards Moncton
CBNS 3327 leads a short train towards Truro
The CN crew making some front end repairs after a recent fire
CBNS 305 is within the final mile of the Truro Yard. Power for the train is QGRY 3327 & CBNS 3366, with a healthy train of approximately 25 cars. The crew would return to Stellarton later in the a... (more)
CN 9590 sits idol at the rest house in the Truro yard after a day of shuffling cars around
This CBNS freight just dropped a load of cars in the Truro yard and is heading to east end of the yard to reload
A trio of SD40-2's power train 305 with a whopping 7 cars in tow, after switching at Sproule Lumber in Valley. CBNS 305 is seen passing a pickup of cars to head back east on train 306.
CN A407's power backs down a track in the A-Yard to make a pickup of 41 cars consisting of both local Truro traffic and CBNS traffic.
CN 3040 leads stacker train Q120 down into Truro, Nova Scotia, where it will head onto the Bedford Sub, and make the last leg of the trip to Halifax.
A quick station stop for VIA 14, The Ocean as they have just under 5 minutes to board and disembark passengers before continuing towards the final destination of Halifax, NS.
L515's crew has just parked their power for the afternoon and evening after servicing customers in and around Truro, NS.
The eastbound Ocean waits to depart Truro enroute Halifax. CN 6401 will be stuck at the station for awhile.
Can anyone spot the irony in this shot? M30711-11's power to the far right, the transfer caboose, and Truro's yard shunter are parked in front of the yard office