With the sun a few hours away from setting, train 406 is eastbound, passing the farms and corn fields of Southern New Brunswick.
In day's last light, train 406 descends down the grade at Quispamsis, about 8 miles east of Saint John, New Brunswick. It was about a three mile uphill climb, cresting about a mile from my locatio... (more)
Overflow traffic. CN X321 (with overflow trafffic from Southwark yard) rounds a curve in St-Henri with CN 2275, CN 8878 & CN 8010 for power.
CN 308 climb the hill at Saint-Alexandre-de-Kamouraska.
By a gorgeous morning, CN 308 climb the hill at Saint-Alexandre-de-Kamouraska, MP 82.00 on the CN Pelletier Subdivision.
In a sweet light, CN 305 wait to meet the CN 120 at Fourchue Ouest on the CN Pelletier Subdivision.
A pair of GEs lead Q111 through Oakville.
CN ES44DC #2275 and SD75I #5664 hauling a long mixed freight train over the Thompson River near Ashcroft. Left the line of the CP is visible.
CN's Q111 passes through Oakville.
CN 2275 splits the plant at Gogama East with a late 111.
A second section wheat train for Quebec makes time through one of the many hot box detectors on its journey
Just making it's way to the hard Right fallowing Cat fish Creek out of the Mississippi Valley.
After making it's pick up there set to back on to there train. On the right is the EX ICE main line, looking North
A combined L566/M338 with 8,000+ feet of train heads east towards Freeport Illinois.
A morning freight cuts through the fields between Tremaine Rd. and No. 1 Sideroad in north Burlington.