CN Q120 crosses over the border from New Brunswick into Nova Scotia. Seen here at Fort Lawrence, they are approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia.
CN 3031 leads the Q120 through Bible Hill
The morning fog is slowly lifting, as eastbound stack train Q120 rumbles along the marsh at Dorchester, New Brunswick. The fog is lifting enough that you can see the train in this shot.
CN 3031, CN 3144 and CREX 1508 lead CN 120 around a curve on CN's Montreal Sub as it approaches Turcot Ouest.
CN 3031, CN 3144 and CREX 1508 are the head-end power on CN 120 (with CN 3106 mid-train) as it exits Taschereau Yard, bound for Halifax.
In some early morning light, CN 3031 leads eastbound stack train Q120 approaching the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border.
Heading into the sun, CN 3031 leads stacker train Q120 as it approaches the New Brunswick/Nova Scotia border.
Two new ES44ACs lead a detour train through Duluth-Superior. A number of trains were rerouted through the U.S. after an oil train derailed and caught fire in northern Ontario. CN 3031 will likely ... (more)
A miss-numbered new GEVO CN 3031 (which will become 2931) is on the point with even newer, correctly numbered CN 2936 trailing on a CN 303 detouring running through southern Ontario due to a derai... (more)
"Sorry, Wrong Number...."
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