Bridge work. VIA 67 with VIA 6408 and 4 LRC cars heads over the Lachine canal, on its way to its final destination of Toronto. Formerly leaving Central Station at 1545, a recent schedule ch... (more)
CN X324 has 64 cars to interchange with the NECR in St. Albans, VT as it crosses the Lachine Canal with two Illinois Central units in two paint schemes (IC 2717 & IC 2460) on a mild afternoon.
VIA 910 leads Ottawa-Quebec City VIA 624 over the Lachine Canal.
VIA 35 with wrapped VIA 6416 and unwrapped VIA 6414 for power crosses the Lachine Canal, with a wrapped LRC car first out.
VIA 6458 leads a late VIA 60 over the Lachine Canal.
Differing GP40 models and paint schemes. CN 324 has GP40's in very different paint schemes for power as it crosses the Lachine Canal with 51 cars to interchange with the NECR at St. Albans,... (more)
CN 120 rounds a curve in St-Henri with a trio of GE products up front and a fourth mid-train.
A few loads of Liebeherr construction equipment heading west on CN 305.
CN 120 has CN 3020, CN 2596, IC 2698 and CN 2922 mid-train as it rounds a curve in St-Henri, just before meeting CN 305 in Pointe St-Charles.
A quite late 305 has CN 2998 up front, CN 2970 mid-train and 146 cars as it passes the St-Henri station sign. Partly visible behind the train is the skyline of downtown Montreal.
CN 596 has 66 cars for Taschereau Yard as it passes the new Turcot Ouest on CN's new right-of-way on this portion of the Montreal Sub. Power is CN 4115 & CN 9677 as it passes under a massive signa... (more)
Held out. With congestion ahead at Taschereau Yard, a very long CN 527 with CN 2030 leading is cooling its heels on the transfer track of CN's Montreal Sub.
A wave from the conductor. CN 5783 & CN 2179 lead a 130-car CN 377 which is approaching MP 14 of the Kingston Sub, as the conductor waves from the lead unit.
CN 2102 & NS 3623 are power on CN 324 as the train is about to duck under a fairly new set of signals.
CN 2102 & NS 3623 are the power on CN 324, approaching Turcot Ouest with 41 cars to interchange with the NECR in St. Albans, Vermont.