Cartier railway Alco RSD15 93 sits with several of her sisters in front of the shops in the summer of 1978. These units were built as B&LE high nose units. When the Cartier bought them they were ... (more)
Cartier RS18 68 rests at the shop
M636s 87, 48 and C636 79 roll loads towards Port-Cartier.
Loaded ore heads south behind M636s 41, 85 and 74.
Ore empties exit Tunnel #1 behind M636 81, C636 78 and M636 76.
Cartier Railway MLW M636 No.74 in its original paint scheme, with a GP9 No.54 in the background. August, 1974.
Cartier Railway MLW RS-18 No.64 at Port Cartier's diesel shop. Cartier's RS-18 numbered 61-68.
Cartier MLW M636 No.47 former Canadian National 2312, with Cartier M636 number 72 and 76 at the Port Cartier diesel servicing area August 10, 1986.
Cartier M636 #49 south bound log train headed back to Port Cartier is at mp23 QUE. 9/18/2001 Cartier #49 is ex-CN 2321 which was built 7/1/1971
Empty Northbound in the lats ray's of light
In last light of day on July 18, a loaded Cartier ore train pulls from the Mont Wright Mine with QCM AC4400CW 13 leading CEFX AC4400CW 1025.
A northbound empty jenny train heads through a series of rock cuts and along some very impressive rock faces near mile 35 of the Southern Subdivision with AC44CW 17 leading AMMC SD70ACe 9003.
ArcelorMittal has put a great deal of work into the Cartier Railway property, including the extension of sidings for the much longer DPU trains and all new ATCS-equipped Vader-style signals for al... (more)