CN 9584 leads a transfer out of the Port of Montreal.
CN 500's power is in the middle of running around its train before heading to the Port of Montreal. At right is CN 305's tail end.
A Port of Montreal employee is waiting for CN 500 to leave before he locks a switch at the western end of Port of Montreal trackage.
Crewmembers are out on the nose of CN 9584 as CN 500 leaves the Port of Montreal on a sunny Friday afternoon.
CN 500 has well cars for the Port of Montreal as it prepares to lift most of the grain cars that are seen at the left, which are also for the port.
The Pointe St-Charles Switcher works their namesake yard with a GTW caboose in tow.
CN 9584 looks sharp as it leads a short transfer out of the Port of Montreal just a few minutes ahead of CN 100's light power.
Brunswick Mines ore train with CN GP40-2LW 9584 and two GP38-2W's southbound at Bathurst, New Brunswick.
Clean widecab geeps. A pair of surprisingly clean and repainted widecab geeps (CN 9584 & CN 4772) lead CN 586 with mixed freight as well as empty TankTrain cars from Brockville over the Lac... (more)
A very rare gem, a GP40-2WL, leads the daily Markham to Montreal intermodal train..
CN crews of the L551 local and the M343 wave hello to each other during a roll by.
CN #9584 a GP40-2LW in much need of a paint job leads the L551 local into Tuscola Illinois moments before sunset.