Having just diverged from the Bedford Sub onto the Dartmouth Sub, L511 is beginning the slight roller coaster ride to Dartmouth proper. Seen here passing a small lake with some ice in the foregro... (more)
In some early morning light, CN 8914 leads stack train Q120, as they head into the sun at Windsor Junction, Nova Scotia. Visible somewhat on the left is the east leg of the old Windsor & Hantsport... (more)
With some possible rainclouds hanging overhead, a sucker hole appears as L511 with loads approaches the switch to diverge onto the Dartmouth Subdivision and head for Wright's Cove. Some dying fal... (more)
Having just diverged onto the Dartmouth Sub, the loaded gypsum train rolls onward, as the crew is just under 10 miles away from the destination of Wright's Cove.
With dynamic brakes starting to slow over 10,000 feet of train, CN 2602 leads Q120 down the hill over the last 10 miles of the journey from Montreal to Halifax's Rockingham Yard, on the shores of ... (more)
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
CN SD70M-2 8920 leads 62 loaded NGCX gypsum cars east on the Dartmouth Sub.
Nineteen years after CN’s wide-nose SD40-2 5241 was photographed crossing the Thompson River in British Columbia, it was leading a train load of gypsum near Windsor Jct., Nova Scotia, about 3,000 ... (more)
CN 4726 switches the Windsor & Hansport interchange at Windsor Junction
CN 2616 leads 308 into Windsor Junction
SD75Is 5629 and 5704 lead a loaded Gypsum train into Windsor Junction where they will enter the Dartmouth Sub for the trip to Wirght's Cove.
CN 120 passes the wye at Windsor Junction as it nears the end of CTC controlled track.
3 pack of WHRR power.
A smoky WHRR # 8041, formerly CP 8041, hauls mixed freight on the return leg of its trip from Windsor Junction, NS. The WHRR operates on approximately 55 miles of track between the CN Interchange ... (more)
CN train 701, 2 minutes after entering the Dartmouth Subdivision at Windsor Junction (MP 15.6 Bedford Sub.) for the final leg of its trip to Wright's Cove to drop off gypsum loads.