CN train 323 is leaving St Albans, VT with a pair of SD70M-2's bound for Montreal.
St Albans, VT to Montreal train CN 323 making the slow crawl over the NECR timber trestle across Lake Champlain at East Alburgh, VT
CN 323 is back from Vermont with IC 2459 & CN 2544 for power and only 27 cars as it approaches Turcot Ouest.
CN 323 prepares to hook up to it's train for the return trip to Montreal with an interesting SD40-2W and SD70I power set.
CN 323 is passing underneath a set of signals in Montreal West 25 minutes before sunset, with CN 2509, CN 8886, CN 2565 & 81 cars received in interchange from the NECR in St. Albans, VT.
It's a windy day on the big lake as the St Albans VT to Montreal train 323 crawls across the wooden trestle over Lake Champlain.
St. Albans, VT to Montreal train 323 is crossing the timber trestle over frozen Missisquoi bay on the northern end of Lake Champlain.
CN 323 with BCOL 4649, CN 2599, BCOL 4643 and only 22 cars heads west as CN 543 at left (with CSXT 3224 & CSX 468 for power) recedes into the distance as it backs up at Turcot West.
Lucky timing. I couldn't have gotten any luckier with my timing here, as CN 543 at left (with CSXT 3224 & CSX 468 for power) is backing up at Turcot West, just as CN 323 passes at right, wi... (more)
CN 5663, CSXT 3092 & CN 2317 are leading CN 323 back on its way from Vermont. It is passing grain train CN 874 at right, which had just pulled up to Turcot West for a crew change as CN 323 passed.
Canadian National train No. 323, a manifest from Prince Rupert, heads west at Von Zuben, British Columbia, on July 14, 2014. This location got its interesting name from Raphael Leonard von Zuben, ... (more)
A blue devil by the daylighted tunnel. CN 323 is returning from St. Albans, Vermont with 'blue devil' IC 2457 leading and SD75I CN 5719 trailing. It is passing the site of the Turcot West t... (more)
Back from Vermont with NS power. CN 323 is returning from Vermont with NS 1134 & NS 8972 for power about a minute after CN 527 passed with two other NS units.
A one unit wonder back from Vermont. Very clean standard cab CN 2130 is the sole power on CN 323, nearly finished its trip back from St. Albans, VT as it approaches Taschereau yard.
Just east of Solomon, Alberta, a thunderstorm grows to the east as Canadian National train No. 323 crosses the Athabasca River on July 9, 2014.