In thick early morning fog, CN train 120 crosses the border from New Brunswick, into Nova Scotia, see from Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia.
Back when foreign power was being oil trains into Saint John, a pair of orange pumpkins are in charge of NBSR train 907 as they depart Saint John, New Brunswick. Seen here at Acamac.
As the old saying goes, "can't win them all". Attempting to try and pan CN 3233, and this ended up being the only shot that was in focus. Ah well.
Veterans Engine CN 3233 leads a 73-car loaded potash train at Renforth, New Brunswick. Paint Scheme looks pretty good.
Veterans Engine CN 3233 leads a 73-car loaded potash train at Passekeag, New Brunswick, on a mile spring afternoon.
Veterans Engine CN 3233 leads a 73-car loaded potash train bound for Saint John, passing Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
The sun slowly rises over the hillside as potash train 730 rumbles along the Kennebecasis River, at Renforth, New Brunswick.
A pair of AC's lead train 730 through Hampton, New Brunswick.
An NBSR caboose sits near the station, ready for it's next journey down to St Stephen, New Brunswick.
NBSR westbound train 907 passes mile 34, at Enniskillen, New Brunswick.
NBSR westbound 907 heads along the fields of southern New Brunswick, at Clarendon.
Sporting it's nice new paint job, NBSR 917 (ex UP) sits idle in the McAdam yard, along with MP15 GMTX 211, as they wait for their next call of duty to head down to St Stephen, New Brunswick.
NBSR westbound train 907 rumbles up and down along the somewhat hilly terrain at Rooth, New Brunswick.
NBSR westbound train 907 pulls by the station in McAdam, New Brunswick as they make their set off in the yard.
In the need some of some new paint (at least on the nose), loaded woodchip train 208 pulls by the station in McAdam, New Brunswick.