2 CSX GE's pull CN 327 past Beaconsfield.
Montreal-Selkirk Canadian National 327 is heading south nearing the Canada/U.S border at Godmanchester.
''Corfield Meet'' Few miles north of Fort Covington NY into Canada, CN 327/CSX
Q620 meet CN 326/ CSX Q621. Canadian and America crews can be
seen chatting at Arnold siding.
Two old leaders in frest paint take CN 327 past Dorval.
CN 327 with CSXT 5483, CSXT 4048 and 74 cars passes MP 14 of CN's Kingston Sub.
CN 327 with ES44AH's CSXT 3123 & CSXT 915 passes through Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.
CN 327 with ES44AH's CSXT 3123 & CSXT 915 passes underneath a signal gantry at Dorval.
CSXT 3407 & CSXT 77 lead CN 327 through Dorval on an intermittently sunny and very windy afternoon.
A short and fast CN 327 (224 axles and 59 MPH through the nearby detector at Caron) rounds a curve in Beaconsfield with CSXT 954 & CSXT 498 for power.
New paint scheme, old model. SD40-2 CSXT 8135 is in CSX's most recent paint scheme as it leads CN 327 through Coteau.
CN 327 crosses the Ottawa River with SD40-2 CSXT 8135 for power.
CN 327 is leaving CN's Kingston Sub and as it crawls around the wye leading from that sub to the Valleyfield Sub. This short train has SD40-2 CSXT 8135 leading only 49 cars, 20 of which it is abou... (more)
CN 327 is crossing the Larocque bridge, which sees CSXT's Montreal Sub parallel the two lanes or Route 132 over the Beauharnois Canal. This short train has SD40-2 CSXT 8135 leading only 29 cars.
CN 327 is westbound on CN's Kingston Sub, approaching CN Caron at MP 19.7. Power is a solo SD40-2, with 49 cars behind it.
CN 327 is crossing the Soulanges Canal after setting off cars at Coteau. Power is a solo SD40-2, with 29 cars behind it.