CN 148's power is light westbound from MacMillan Yard as it approaches Brampton Intermodal Terminal. It will grab its train there before heading towards Montreal.
After having to hold west of St-Henri for over an hour while a signal maintainer did some emergency work at Pointe St-Charles, a very late CN 148 with a pair of SD70M-2s for power (CN 8875 & CN 88... (more)
CN 148's light power (CN 5695, CN 2160 & CN 8961) is awaiting its signal in St-Henri. Once VIA 65 passes it on the south track it will proceed on signal indication towards Taschereau Yard.
Overtake. CN 148's light power (CN 5695, CN 2160 & CN 8961) is about to be overtaken by VIA 65 with VIA 6418 leading. Once VIA 65 passes, they will get the signal to proceed towards Tascher... (more)
CN 148 snakes through Bayview Junction with a former ATSF Dash-8 leading.
CN 148 descends into Bayview Junction with a pair of EMD units on the point.
Into the port in daylight for once. CN 148 normally arrives into the Port of Montreal in the middle of the night, and then its power goes on CN 149 which leaves the port mid-morning. Today ... (more)
One of the freshest faces on the CN roster glides downgrade with train # 148 while Dundas displays all of its autumnal glory.
Hot shot 148 screams into Canada after just exiting the St. Clair River tunnel. The train will have a quick crew change and customs inspections before continuing east.
CN 148 with MPEX 666 (GO 666 once delivered) in tow descends the last quarter mile into Bayview Junction amid some fall colours. The train would eventually stall around Tansley requiring a shove f... (more)
CN 148 with CN 5619 and CP 9535 leading enter Bayview Junction with container traffic from Chicago.
A very late CN 148. CN 148 normally enters Montreal in the middle of the night, but due to yesterday's CN derailment on the Kingston Sub, it entered Montreal in daylight. Here it is eastbou... (more)
CN 8100 backs its train into BIT.
CN 2193 is on the point of CN 148 as it battles a late spring snow on the Dundas Subdivision.
CN 148 rolls through the last quarter mile of the Dundas Subdivision with a healthy train of doubles in tow.