CN 9547 is running long hood forward as it leads a long transfer into the Port of Montreal.
After bringing a long transfer into the Port of Montreal, CN 9547 is leaving light power as it crosses a bridge over the eastern end of the Lachine Canal.
CN 9547 shoves three loaded grain cars to the Ardent mill. In the foreground is the Lachine Canal and in the background is downtown Montreal.
CN 9547 prepares to lift grain empties at the P&H mill located just behind the Peel Basin.
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher is leaving the P&H mill with six grain empties with CN 9547 running long hood forward as it approaches the Bridge Street crossing.
CN 9547 has 37 cars (mostly intermodal) as it exits the Port of Montreal during a busy lunchtime.
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher is paralleling the Lachine Canal as it shoves 6 loaded grain cars towards the Ardent Mill, with CN 9547 shoving.
CN 9547 is set up long hood forward as it switches grain cars in the shadow of downtown Montreal.
With the skyline of downtown Montreal barely visible in the distance, CN 9547 shoves six loaded grain cars into the Ardent mill at right. In the foreground is the Lachine Canal.
High water. Water is very high in and around Montreal, with the army having been called in to help with flooding. The high water is evident as CN 9547 backs up towards the Bickerdike Pier, ... (more)
CN 9547 shoves 6 loaded grain car towards the Ardent mill, the last client remaining on the East Side Canal Bank Spur. It is passing what was once a Stelco plant, but is now condos.
Over and under. As the first departure of the afternoon for Mont Saint-Hilaire (EXO 810) flies by overhead on the CN St-Hyacinthe Sub, CN 9547 awaits its next assignment in the Pointe St-Ch... (more)
After bringing in cars to the Port of Montreal, CN 9547 is leaving light power as it passes an out of use siding at left.
CN 9547 is missing the noodle on its nose as it leads a transfer out of the Port of Montreal. In the background is the dome of the Bonsecours Market.
CN 9547 and GMTX 2250 are both running long hood forward as they lead a 19-car transfer into the Port of Montreal.