With an SD70M-2 up front and another 101 cars back (CN 8874 and CN 8881), a 141-car CN 305 slowly departs Turcot Ouest after a quick crew change, with the inbound crew performing a roll-by inspect... (more)
CN 305 has quite a bit of power as it approaches a crew change at Turcot Ouest. CN 2845, CN 5749, CN 2136, GECX 2043 and CN 3825 are up front and CN 3827 is operating mid-train.
CN 305 with CN 3843, CN 2618, CN 2954, GECX 7395, CN 8870, CN 8895, DPU CN 2945 and 170 cars heads west through St-Henri before a crew change at Turcot Ouest. Up front is a long string of MGLX gra... (more)
Brand new. Brand new Tier 4 credit unit CN 3843 leads CN 305 through St-Henri, its spotless appearance in contrast to the grimey CN 2618 which is trailing.
What I believe to be a trio of bridge pieces are seen on CN 305 in St-Henri.
Three Liebherr cranes are on a late CN 305 as it heads west through St-Henri.
CN 305 has CN 2228, CN 2429, CN 2534, CN 8000 and 128 cars as it passes through St-Henri later than it usually does.
On a wet and dreary day an M636 and an SD40 lead a westbound freight past the drawbridge tender's cabin.
A few loads of Liebeherr construction equipment heading west on CN 305.
A quite late 305 has CN 2998 up front, CN 2970 mid-train and 146 cars as it passes the St-Henri station sign. Partly visible behind the train is the skyline of downtown Montreal.
Blowing past the crew change shack. Normally CN 305 would stop with its head end beside the shack at bottom right in this photo to change crews at Turcot West, but here a very late CN 305 b... (more)
IC SD70 sporting the famous Death Star logo on its nose cruises over the grade rollercoaster into Belleville with a tier 4 gevo helping mid nearing the end of sunlight for the day.
CN ET44AC 3020 approaches Mallorytown with Moncton, NB to Toronto, ON train #305.
CN 305 wait to meet the CN 120 at Fourchue