Over the neon green CN bridge. VIA 22 from Montreal is heading for Quebec City with VIA 6427 leading as it passes over the Richelieu river. A part of the bridge has a CN noodle and is paint... (more)
VIA's Ocean on a foggy morning. VIA 15 from Halifax is about 45 minutes away from terminating at Montreal's Central Station as it crosses the Richelieu river on a foggy morning. VIA 6408 (?... (more)
AMT 1362 (Bombardier ALP-45DP) pulls the AMT #808 over the Richelieu river at Otterburn Park, QC.
Under a sweet light, CN 704 pass over the Richelieu river with CN 8101 (one of the 4 EMD SD70ACe Demo acquired by CN in early 2014) in lead, and a brand new GE ES44AC CN 2904.
CN 2229 & CN 5692 are westbound over the Richelieu river with CN 705, oil empties for Alberta.
The Renaissance cars are back. VIA 22 with VIA 905 leading 6 Renaissance cars crosses the Richelieu River, bound for Quebec City. The Renaissance cars are back on Montreal-Quebec City train... (more)
Swoosh trailing, ducks on the river. CN 120 crosses the Richelieu River with a BNSF fourth out, something not very common on CN intermodal trains in eastern Canada. Lashup is IC 2724, CN 22... (more)
CN 120 pass into the town of Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Qc. You can see a part of the Richelieu river in the top of the picture. I walked 2.6 km to get this shot at an altitude of 413m.
By a cold morning, VIA #23 pass over the Richelieu river at Otterburn Park.
CP on CN tracks! By a cold morning, under the regards of the ducks, CN 710 pass over the Richelieu river with a colorful consist ; CP 9500 (GE AC4400CW), CN 2663 (GE Dash 9-44CW), BN... (more)
Colorful consist! Under the regards of ducks, the CN 401 pass over Richelieu river in the Sunset, with ex-Wabush Lake railway (908 & 909) unit. These 2 old RS18, is bound for Saskatc... (more)
Probably running late due the snow storm in Eastern Canada, combined Ocean & Chaleur trains crosses the Richelieu River on its way to Central Station in Montreal
Glowing spots courtesy of a rising sun over the Mount St-Hilaire... Pusher engine AMT 243 is a rare visitor, usually working on the Dorion/Rigaud line
Bridge is hiden from the sun at sunrise by the Mount St. Hilaire silhouetting the commuter train.