Interior of diner on CN 144, the Bonaventure (Ottawa Section). A Roger Puta Photograph
CN 144 rolls into Bayview Junction with the once daily road railer.
CN 144, the Triple Crown RoadRailer, makes its way through Bayview Junction with 127 trailers. The RoadRailer service ceased running through to Toronto mid-November 2015.
The eastbound RoadRailer enters Bayview Junction with a recently repainted CN 2004 on the point.
CN 144, the Triple Crown Roadrailer, kicks up some of the freshly fallen snow as it rushes towards Mac Yard.
The first snow of the season coats the landscape surrounding Bayview Junction while CN 5432 handles the Triple Crown trailers of CN train Q144. The temperatures hovered around zero Celsius all day... (more)
The colours of fall are starting to strut their stuff locally, and fiery scenes are kicking into high gear it's the middle of October and it is at it's peak, CN 5441 makes it's way down through th... (more)
CN 144, the Triple Crown RoadRailer, rockets into Aldershot with a single SD75I in front of 136 trailers.
An early 144 has no problems accelerating up the grade at Ash with 75 trailers in tow.
CN 2326 leads a late 144 down the remainder of the Dundas Subdivision with a string of Triple Crown trailers in tow.
A patched ex-Amtrak roadrailer trailer earns its revenue almost a decade after being taken over by Triple Crown.
A late running CN 144 Triple Crown RoadRailer throttles up the grade at Aldershot with a lengthy train behind.
A pan shot depicting the duality of the RoadRailer system used by Triple Crown Services.
A Triple Crown RoadRailer speeds through the last quarter mile of the Dundas Subdivision at Hamilton West.
The RoadRailer shuffles through The Junction with 2571 on the point.