CN 100 train. Spotless GP40-2L(W)'s CN 9574 & CN 9592 lead 4 CN passengers cars as a special train promoting activities for CN's 100th anniversary leaves Montreal, en route for Quebec City.... (more)
Wrapped VIA 6437 is in charge of VIA 22.
CN 9547 has 37 cars (mostly intermodal) as it exits the Port of Montreal during a busy lunchtime.
VIA 33 from Quebec City is crossing the Lachine Canal as it approaches Central Station in Montreal on a warm spring morning.
A common visitor to both Toronto and Montreal this year, AMTK 145 is seen pushing the Adirondack towards Central Station in Montreal a bit before its 1020 departure.
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher is paralleling the Lachine Canal as it shoves 6 loaded grain cars towards the Ardent Mill, with CN 9547 shoving.
Still wrapped for VIA Rail's 40th year anniversary (2018), VIA 6437 leads a 5-car VIA 22 past Pointe St-Charles Yard.
CN 9547 is set up long hood forward as it switches grain cars in the shadow of downtown Montreal.
VIA 6433 is up front and VIA 6440 is mid-train as the combined VIA 601/603 passes Montreal's skyline not too long after leaving Central Station, on its way to northern Quebec. At Hervey Jct the tr... (more)
CN 310 has a relatively fresh leader (CN 3145) as it approaches the Pointe St-Charles Yard on a sunny morning. Operating mid-train is CN 3084 on this 167-car train.
VIA 6412 leads VIA 33 past an ever expanding wall of condos as it passes the out of use Wellington Tower.
One of MLW-Worthington's (previously Montreal
Locomotive Works) shop switchers shares the bay with two DL534's for the Sierra Leone Government Railways and a CP Rail M-636.
With the skyline of downtown Montreal barely visible in the distance, CN 9547 shoves six loaded grain cars into the Ardent mill at right. In the foreground is the Lachine Canal.
Noodleless. CN 8818 is one of a handful of CN SD70M-2's missing the noodle on its nose, here it is seen leading CN 310 underneath a signal gantry in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal. ... (more)
A trio of NS units (NS 9704, NS 7299 & NS 8076) are leaving the Port of Montreal after bringing CN 148 into the port.