CN 2891 leads a B730 potash train, as they arrive for a crew change at CN's Gordon Yard in Moncton, New Brunswick. On the left track, is a late CN 305, waiting for the potash train to clear the sw... (more)
Shortly after departing Gordon Yard in Moncton, with junk added at the head end, Q120 heads by Marsh Jct, heading towards Halifax, Nova Scotia.
CN 5751 leads train 407 at Marsh Jct, as they approach their final destination of Gordon Yard at Moncton, New Brunswick.
Just over two hours late, VIA 14, a special holiday Ocean with a full HEP Budd set of cars departs Moncton on the outside track, as the switch was frozen. The train had to back out of the station... (more)
Five snowplows at CN's Gordon yard, Moncton, New Brunswick.
CN mainline cabooses lineup in Moncton's Gordon yard, September 03, 1988.
With a new Tier 4 leader, CN 305 pieces it's train together at Gordon Yard before heading westbound out of town. CN 3097 was working mid-train on this 11,800 footer.
Nearing it's station stop in Moncton, New Brunswick, VIA 6405 leads VIA 14, "The Ocean", as it passes under the overpass at "CN Gort", aka, CN's Gordon Yard.
In the lead of train 14 VIA Rail 6404 and 6429.
CN MLW RS-18 3831 with an un-common hood over the radiators parked in the MLW dead line, at Moncton's CN Gordon yards September 05, 1988.
VIA Rail FPB-4 6864 with lead FPA-4 6786 on eastbound train 15 The Ocean connecting cars of train 11 The Atlantic for the rest of the trip to Halifax, Nova Scotia on a cold January day.
The Ocean has just left the station in Moncton and is now underway for Sackville and further points east.
CN train 311 leaving the siding at the West end of Lutesville. This was a favourite spot for photos as the newly constructed highway overpass has not been opened for traffic yet. I could sit in my... (more)
Finished it's work on the Franklin Spur CN train 539 heads back to the main line on a sunny fall day.
Two new shiny Tier 4 GE's enter Gordon yard. Huge angled radiators give the look of a gable roof on a home.