The red eastward facing signal illuminates the air as the headlights of train 306 comes into view, rounding the bend approaching Edmundston, New Brunswick.
The fall colors are super vibrant in the valleys in Northern New Brunswick. The Salmon River Trestle looks small from a distance, but it's a whopping 3,920 feet long. Doesn't appear that long from... (more)
At sunset, CN 122 rumbles through Longley, south of Plaster Rock, New Brunswick.
In dreary, rainy skies, CN 305 cruises over the Salmon River Trestle, south of Grand Falls, New Brunswick.
Shortly after entering Quebec, CN 121 cruises along the lake at St Marc Du Lac Long, PQ.
A pair of geeps lead an NBSR local, about to cross over from Canada into the States at Van Buren, Maine.
Ex CREX, now CN 3913 leads CN 305 dipping through Longley, New Brunswick.
CN 122 heads off the Montmagny Sub and starts the uphill climb onto the Pelletier Sub, heading eastward.
A pair of GE's power train 122 as they begin the trek across the trestle at Saint Eleuthere, PQ.
CN 122 pulls into the siding at Tarte, along the Pelletier Sub, where it will meet train 121.
CN 122 hustles along the scenic Lac Baker, about 20 miles from it's next crew change point of Edmundston, New Brunswick.
Here's one of the somewhat hidden trestles on this stretch of the Napadogan Sub. CN 305 cruises along on the approach to Grand Falls, New Brunswick.
There's colorful Fall foliage in the valley, with CN 122 crossing the valley on the Salmon River Trestle. One of my favorite spots to photograph while in Northern New Brunswick.
CN train 121 crosses the 3,920 foot Salmon Trestle, south of Grand Falls, New Brunswick.
With a colorful backdrop, train 122 approaches the Folly Brook trestle, one of many along this stretch of track south of Grand Falls, New Brunswick.