A crewmember is on trailing unit CN 7229 as they prepare to uncouple from the three grain cars that the just brought to the P&H mill
CN 7075 & CN 7229 are entering the Port of Montreal with 4 cars as they cross the eastern end of the Lachine Canal.
CN 7075 & CN 7229 are doubling their train in the Port of Montreal before heading back to Pointe St-Charles Yard. At left are long lines of containers and the Molson brewery, which will soon be mo... (more)
A CN transfer is leaving the Port of Montreal with 16 cars as it parallels a bicycle path.
CN 7075 idles in the Pointe St-Charles Yard just before coupling to CN 7229. In the background is the skyline of downtown Montreal.
GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7229 are heading back to nearby Pointe St-Charles Yard after dropping off three three grain cars at the P&H mill.
A Mustang and a GP9. A Mustang waits for GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7229 to clear Bridge Street as they shove three loaded grain cars towards the P&H mill.
A pair of GP9's (CN 7075 & CN 7229) idle in CN's Pointe St-Charles Yard as two ballast cars are being pushed by a speed swing in the parallel EXO yard. In the distance at right, VIA 22 heads towar... (more)
Grain infrastructure is visible in the background as GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7229 head east to pick up empty grain cars on track PC-27.
Done flagging. After flagging Monk Boulevard, a crewmember is about to climb back onto CN 7075 as the Pointe St-Charles Switcher leaves the Turcot Holding Spur with two boxcars in tow.
GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7226 are crossing the Lachine Canal with 22 grain cars in tow, heading from track 29 to Pointe St-Charles Yard.
GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7226 are crossing Monk Boulevard as they do some switching on the Turcot Holding Spur.
Off the main line. In a scene that see you less and less of, the Pointe St-Charles Switcher has GP9's CN 7075 & CN 7226 for power as it heads east on the Turcot Holding Spur with two empty ... (more)
Big and small noodles. A pair of GP9's (CN 7075 & CN 7032) with noodles of varying size on their long hoods work the Pointe St-Charles Yard.
Out on the nose. Three GP9's (CN 7075, CN 7256 & CN 7229) lead a short transfer out of the Port of Montreal as they cross the Lachine Canal today at lunchtime, seconds after the sun came ou... (more)