The sun slowly rises over the hillside as potash train 730 rumbles along the Kennebecasis River, at Renforth, New Brunswick.
A pair of AC's lead train 730 through Hampton, New Brunswick.
Creating a snow storm behind them, potash train 730 heads by McCullys, approaching Sussex, New Brunswick.
CN potash train 730 heads through Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
Potash train 730 heads through Passekeag, New Brunswick, passing my new foam mobile on the right.
Potash train 730 heads through the town of Hampton, New Brunswick. There was actually a rainbow in the shot, but the camera didn't pick it up very well.
On a cold winter afternoon, potash train 730 crosses the frozen Hammond River, about 10 miles from it's final destination of Saint John, New Brunswick.
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.
Being near sunset and the shadows growing longer, train 406, led by CN 2103, heads through Renforth, 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.
With the snow flying during a 30cm dumping of snow, train 406 rumbles through Rothesay, New Brunswick, leaving it's own snow storm behind.
Nearing day's last light, train 406 rumbles through Sussex, New Brunswick.
Being leased by CN, CEFX 1017 leads train 406 around the bend at Rothesay, New Brunswick.
CN 2640 is westbound along some colorful Fall foliage at Petitcodiac, New Brunswick. The colors began changing a week or so early than in normal years.
On a beautiful Fall afternoon, train 406 crosses the Kennebacasis River, at Hammond River, New Brunswick, with a bit of Fall colors left on the trees.