CN 322 is heading towards Southwark Yard on a snowy morning after setting off traffic at Taschereau Yard.
CN 322 is passing a couple of foreman working on the North Track of the Montreal Sub on a very cold morning. After setting off cars in Taschereau Yard, CN 322's DPU is quite close to the head end.
CN 8862 & CN 8805 lead a relatively rare non-DPU CN 322 through Dorval.
CN 322 is on its way Soutwark Yard after setting off cars for CN 400 near Turcot Ouest.
After setting off cars near Turcot Ouest, CN 322 is heading east on the Freight Track of the Montreal Sub.
After setting off cars near Turcot Ouest, CN 322 is heading to the Courcelle Street crossing to pick up the conductor.
CN 322 is passing Turcot Ouest with a pair of SD70M-2s as it sets off cars for CN 400.
After doing a head-end set off (the cars in the distance), CN 322's power has coupled back to the rest of its train and is now departing for Southwark Yard.
CN 322 has a BC Rail trailer as well as a single BC Rail bulkhead as it backs up to its train after setting off cars nearby.
CN 322 is crossing over as it backs up towards the Transfer Track to set off cars. The rest of its train is at left, on the North Track.
CN 322 is advancing towards Turcot Ouest before backing up towards the Transfer Track to set off cars.
CN 322 is passing Ballantyne with CN 8005 & BCOL 4653 up front and CN 8951 mid-train. Soon it will stop at Turcot Ouest to set off cars.
CN 3836 brings up the rear of CN 322 as it passes underneath a vintage signal gantry. At left is CN 401, which is waiting for CN 322 to clear before it can enter Taschereau Yard.
CN 322 has a pair of ex-CREX units arranged elephant style (CN 3948 & CN 3939) as it passes through the St-Henri neighbourhood of Montreal with 112 cars and CN 2802 mid-train.
CN 322 has two MEC boxcars behind CN 3001 as it passes MP 3 of CN's Montreal Sub. CN 3945 is the mid-train DPU.