After two years of absence, the Orford Express is returning to Eastman as it rumbles high above Lac D'Argent.
FEC's shop forces spent a great deal of time working on this FL9 for RP Flynn/Ohio Railway Supply under the proviso FEC could use it for a time on their business trains and by the time they were d... (more)
A scene not to be repeated this year. Unfortunately the second car in this shot (an ex-Northern Pacific dome car) caught fire and was severely damaged a little while ago, causing can... (more)
The cab of one of the rare EMD FL9 in operation in Canada.
An FL9 pushes the Orford Express tourist train east over the famous ex-CP Eastman trestle. Ahead of it are two RDC's, a dome car and an even more obscure model, an MLW M420TR. For more train photo... (more)
By a gorgeous sunday afternoon, an EMD FL9 leads the ''Orford Express'' train on the MMA Sherbrooke Subdivision.
The Orford Express travels high above on the Eastman trestle on a gorgeous fall afternoon.
Fall colors begin their show on a warm September afternoon with the Orford Express rolling through the Coaticook River Valley as it exercises trackage rights over the St Lawrence & Atlantic.
The Orford Express tourist train rolls by the former Grand Trunk depot at Coaticook.
First revenue service run for the newly acquired EMD FL9 as the Orford Express crosses one of the trestles in Eastman on a gorgeous September day.
The Orford Express rumbles across one of the trestles in Eastman. This is the first revenue service run for the newly acquired EMD FL9.
Freshly repainted FL9 FLNX 484 has just been set out by CN 324 at the Montreal Maine & Atlantic interchange. The locomotive is heading to Sherbrooke for the tourist train Orford Express.
After a run by with 765 the guest climb back aboard the train that will now be lead north with by FL9 484.
Back in the old days the caboose was the last car. Not so on the CVSR. A unique EMD F unit with an interesting wheel arrangement gets the honors today on the southbound excursion.
FLNX 484 on the point of NS 322. Looks can be deceiving. 322's power is making a reverse move into the fuel rack. The sun had gone down, fortunately there are a few lights near where I was stand... (more)