Cartier's new GEVOs head south to a meet at Charles with northbound empties.
Cartier's pair of GEVOs begin the decent into Port Cartier with roughly 20,000 tons of iron ore in tow.
Cartier's new GEVOs appear to be having no problems lugging 20,000 tons of ore south towards the dumper at Port Cartier, PQ.
A loaded ore train is easily guided south by the new pride of the Cartier Railway's fleet.
QCM ES44ACs 301 and 302 are on the approach to Charles with a loaded ore train.
Brand new ES44ACs 301 and 302 guide 160 loaded cars of ore south to the dumper at Port Cartier.
QCM ES44AC's 301 and 302, still quite clean, do every bit of the permissible 35 MPH with another load of ore that will be converted into pellets at ArcelorMittal's facility at Port-Cartier, QC.