Endangered signal bridge, endangered leader. CN 310 with CN 5617 and CN 2548 passes two sets of signal gantries at Dorval Station on a sunny but cold morning, with the one at left living on... (more)
CN 100 logo added. A 167-car CN 310 has CN 3108 up front (with a slapdash 'CN 100' logo addded on the long hood) and CN 3089 mid-train as it passes underneath a signal gantry.
CN 310 has a relatively fresh leader (CN 3145) as it approaches the Pointe St-Charles Yard on a sunny morning. Operating mid-train is CN 3084 on this 167-car train.
Noodleless. CN 8818 is one of a handful of CN SD70M-2's missing the noodle on its nose, here it is seen leading CN 310 underneath a signal gantry in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal. ... (more)
Crazy eights. CN 8888 leads a 153-car CN 310 underneath a classic signal gantry on CN's Kingston Sub. DPU is CN 2279.
CN 310 has SD70I CN 5616 and ex-CSXT Dash8-40CW GECX 7303 for power as it heads east through Dorval on a clear but cold and windy morning.
CN 310 with CREX 1512 up front and CN 3842 mid-train (and 149 cars) roars past Dorval Station, kicking up the powder on a snowy afternoon.
CN 5744 is the lead unit on CN 310 as it passes through Coteau.
Along the tranquil waters of Brule Lake just east of Jasper National Park, Canadian National train No. 310 arcs through Robertson’s Curve at Swan Landing, Alberta, on the splendid afternoon of J... (more)
By the rubble. CN 310 is passing the rubble of what was once the westbound lanes of autoroute 20 as it ducks under a vintage signal bridge at MP 5 of CN's Montreal Sub. ES44AC's CN 3065 and... (more)
Ex-ATSF & ex-Conrail Dash8's. CN 2151 (built for ATSF, later becoming part of BNSF's fleet) & GECX 9142 (built for Conrail, later acquired by CSXT) lead CN 310 eastwards on CN's Montreal su... (more)
CN 5724 & BCOL 4644 lead a 132-car CN 310 eastwards on CN's Montreal Sub.
CN 8889 & IC 2455 lead a 128-car CN 310 underneath the soon to be demolished Turcot interchange.
EMD's CN 5608 & CN 5707 lead CN 310 over the partially drained Lachine Canal in Montreal.
CN 310 is passing through Dorval as its tail end crosses from the south to north track, with CN 108 hot on its heels. Power is CN 2302 and CN 2413.