Two F40PH's shove "The Ocean", 15 stainless steel Budd cars, past the switch so they can pull forward and turn the consist around.
"The Ocean", one of the two last streamliners in the east, backs out of VIA's Halifax station to be turned around.
CN 4775 and CN 4726 work part of the port in Halifax.
CN 4775 and CN 4726 were kept busy for many hours at the port. Here they are seen while the sun was still out.
A crewmember hitches a ride on round-end dome obs Revolstoke Park as it passes a cut of cars and is backed into Halifax station. "The Ocean" is one of the last all stainless steel lond distance tr... (more)
A little overpowered? Three units drop three covered hoppers on the outskirts of the marine terminal for the switch crew to take care of.
After unloading, VIA 6415 and 6409 back "The Ocean" out of the station to turn the consist on the balloon track in the intermodal terminal. This is the only all stainless steel consist still used ... (more)
A pretty beat-up pair of GP38-2s work the Halifax Terminal, as seen from the Young Ave. bridge.