NBSR 8144 powers New Brunswick Southern Railway train 907 along the shores of Harvey Lake, New Brunswick.
After a foggy and rainy afternoon, the fog slowly lifts as train 594 crosses the bridge at Hammond River, New Brunswick, with a pair of EMD's on the point.
A pair of EMD's power train 594 through the town of Hampton, New Brunswick.
Coming out of the fog, train 594 approaches Passekeag, New Brunswick.
CP 8781, the Hapag Lloyd painted pony, sits paired with New Brunswick Southern Railway 6402 at the port of Saint John, for "Port Days" which is happening today. This is the first CP engi... (more)
One of the dash 8's that isn't extinct yet, BCOL 4609 powers train 594 as they climb the hill and will soon start their descent into Rothesay and Saint John, New Brunswick.
CN 3075 busts through a January snowdrift after a mid winter dumping of snow the day before. Seen here a few miles outside of their final westbound destination of Saint John, New Brunswick.
Wisconsin Central paint scheme CN 3069 powers stack train 120 by the rarely used VIA rail station at the university town of Sackville, New Brunswick.
A late 120 rumbles by Palmers Pond at Dorchester, New Brunswick with a colorful lash up.
Fog and drizzle fill the sky as train 120 rumbles along the marsh at Memramcook, New Brunswick, sporting a nice lashup with CN 3069 on the point.
CN 3069 sporting the WC heritage scheme powers train 120 at Painsec Jct, east of Moncton, New Brunswick on a dreary Saturday morning.
CN 3270 powers potash train 596 through Rothesay, New Brunswick after a small snowfall.
CP 1401 is parked in McAdam for about 45 minutes while the bigwigs have a pow wow with the town. This gives opportunity for a photo shoot with the head end.
At a whopping 10mph, the NBSR south job approaches the small community of Lawrence Station, New Brunswick as day breaks.
About 30 minutes before sunrise, CN 121 lights up the track getting up to speed approaching Berry Mills, New Brunswick.