The beat up caboose and the new hoppers at the tail end of the Pointe St-Charles switcher provide quite a difference in appearance as they enter the yard with grain empties.
After lifting a long string of grain empties from track PC-27, the Pointe St-Charles Switcher is shoving back to its namesake yard, with a beat up caboose leading. The building at left dates to 18... (more)
Built nearby. Built by CN in their Pointe St-Charles shops nearby here (now demolished), CN 79834 is being shoved through the Pointe St-Charles Yard before this train heads towards the Port... (more)
A wave from a caboose. Once a common sight, a wave from a caboose is not something you'll see often these days. With the Pointe St-Charles switcher in Montreal now assigned a caboose for lo... (more)
Caboose CN 79834 is parked in the town of Vankleek Hill. This caboose was used for backup moves on the L'Orignal Spur, but I am not sure if it still in use. Either way, it is in very dire shape.
A 'Millenium' caboose in bad shape. CN 79834 is seen stopped in Vankleek Hill on the obscure CN Vankleek Spur. This caboose was built by CN in their Pointe St-Charles shop in Montreal under... (more)