CN 8904 & CN 5683 lead CN 323, which is about to cross from the Freight Track to the Transfer Track. The Transfer Track is rarely used for through freights these days.
CN 323 has all of three cars as it heads west with CN 2509 & CN 5787 for power.
CN 323 is returning back from Vermont a day later than usual as it crosses over at Turcot Ouest.
CN 323 enjoys some good sunlight on a very cold early-February day that caused much headache to operating personnel, lead by two EMD units - SD70M-2 no. 8860 and SD75I no. 5702.
A 72-car CN 323 is crossing over from the South Track to the North Track at Turcot Ouest. It is returning from Vermont and interchange with the NECR.
CN 323 is on its way back from Vermont with CN 8900 and CN 2284 for power as it passes a parked CN 529 which has NS 3621 as its sole power.
The clouds part just as a 7-car CN 323 passes with two Dash9 variants for power (CN 2507 & CN 2571).
CN 5628 is all the power needed as a short CN 323 passes Turcot Ouest with 21 cars received in interchange from the NECR in St. Albans, Vermont.
CN 323 has a cowl leader as it splits a pair of signals.
CN 323 is back from Vermont with only 14 cars and CN 2423 and CN 2640 for power. Nice getting a cowl leading on CN as you never know when you'll be shooting your last one.
CN 323 heads for Montreal with a single unit.
CN 323 heads back to Montreal with a short train.
A 44-car CN 323 has CN 8014 and CN 5668 for power as it approaches Taschereau Yard. Grain cars can be seen on the three other tracks of CN's Montreal Sub. Parked grain cars are at far left on the ... (more)
Sunset isn't too far away as a short CN 323 approaches Taschereau Yard with SD75I's CN 5667 & CN 5707 for power as it returns from Vermont. At left is a string of stored gondolas.
CN GMD SD40u 6020 with GMD SD40-2W 5265 leads St. Albans-Montreal 323 manifest at St-Lambert, Quebec on September 29, 1999.