VIA 35 for Ottawa is passing Turcot Ouest.
CN 500 has stacks up front as it crosses the icey Lachine Canal with IC 9628 & CN 4912 for power.
On the first full day of sun that Montreal has seen in quite some time, CN 527 heads west with CN 8954 leading four more units and a short train. Up front is traffic from the Port of Montreal, lif... (more)
VIA 24 is heading east with one of the older Siemens consists.
A Charger leads VIA 24 towards Turcot Ouest.
CN 500 is heading back to Pointe St-Charles Yard in Montreal with just one car sandwiched between two Geeps.
Grain train CN 878 is entering the Port of Montreal with CN 2988 up front and CN 3290 on the tail end.
A pair of REM trains meet in the background, as stored Comet cars are seen in the EXO Maintenance Centre.
An REM train passes overhead as VIA 33 passes the Peel Basin.
IC 9628 & CN 4912 is the power on CN 500 as it works Pointe St-Charles Yard on a cold and windy morning.
Normally leaving Montreal well before sunrise, a very late CPKC 228 is leaving mid-afternoon, with a BNSF leader.
With CN 7054 being removed later that day and the power being CN 4139/4767 the day before, CN 500 is backing up with grain cars with a one day only lashup of CN 7054, CN 4912 & IC 9628.
Snow is falling as CN 500 enters the Port of Montreal.
AMTK 108 lets out some smoke as the Adirondack leaves St-Lambert Station.