CN 7229 and CN 9515 shove 7 grain loads towards the Ardent Mill. At right is the Lachine Canal and at left is what will soon be a new bike path. The train is approaching a stop board, telling the ... (more)
After taxiing to Taschereau Yard to get their power (GP9's CN 7229 & CN 4115), the Pointe St-Charles Switcher is returning to their namesake yard, where the power is usually based.
CN 7229 and CN 9515 shove 7 grain loads towards the Ardent Mill as they pass what will soon be a bike path paralleling the East Side Canal Bank Spur along the Lachine Canal.
CN 9515 & CN 7229 are heading light towards the Port of Montreal to pick up some cars.
CN 7229 is shoving 7 grain loads towards the Ardent Mill located at the end of the East Side Canal Bank Spur, barely visible above the fifth and sixth cars. At left is a building that once housed... (more)
What track? The track is quite overgrown with vegetation as CN 7229 and CN 9515 shove 7 grain loads towards the Ardent Mill located at the end of the East Side Canal Bank Spur.
It's a holiday in Quebec (Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day) and the boaters are out in full force on the Lachine Canal as two boats pass CN 7229 and 7 grain loads, heading towards the Ardent mill (seen at ... (more)
GP9 CN 7229 is shoving 7 grain loads along the Lachine Canal towards the sole customer on this line, the Ardent mill. On the south side of the canal is a boat rental location.
CN 7229 and CN 7075 are cooling their heels for a bit before leaving the Port of Montreal with a transfer.
CN 7229 and CN 7075 are crossing the Lachine Canal as they exit the Port of Montreal with a transfer.
CN 7229 & CN 7075 are crossing over the Lachine Canal and passing some locks as they exit the Port of Montreal with 14 cars from Lantic Sugar.
A sight for sore eyes. CN 7229 has to be one of the sorriest looking GP9's on CN's roster. Here it idles in the Pointe St-Charles Yard just before coupling to better-looking mate CN 7075.
CN GP9u being remotely controlled.