CN 451 passing appropriately-named Siding Lake at the south end of Martins Siding, Mile 141 CN Newmarket Sub.
CN 2012 leads 451 by the Holly depot, which is now visible thanks to recent vegetation clearing efforts.
The receding snow line signals the approach of spring as CN 451 rolls through Allensville on a crisp mid-April morning.
Having long outlived her intended purpose, a 1930s-era coaling tower stands guard over Canadian National's Hunstville Subdivision as North bay-bound train no. 451 cuts through the morning mist in ... (more)
An SD75I and a Dash 8 cowl unit lead today's 451 approaching Martins. A few years ago this sort of power was typical on the Newmarket Sub. These days it's a rare treat and pleasant change from the... (more)
Toronto to North Bay train no. 451 hustles along CN’s scenic Newmarket Subdivision at Scotia, ON.
CN 451 out of the woods and into the morning sun, approaching Huntsville after meeting a late-running 450 at Martins a couple of miles back.
CN 451 pokes its nose out of the woods with a CREX leaser trailing.
CN 451 emerges from the foggy woods as the sun begins to burn through after many days of rain and severe weather.
Panning a Classic! Normally nocturnal CN 451 today wasn't ordered out of Macmillan Yard until after daybreak, and it was just shortly after noon when it got to my neck of the woods. They mu... (more)
A very late-running 451 approaches the south end of Huntsville in full daylight for a change on St. Paddy's Day. Me catching it must've been the Luck o' the Irish - guess the crew weren't Irish! ;... (more)
A late-running CN 451 winds its way through Huntsville, past an empty set of tie gons on a chilly winter morning.
CN 595 heads south for Longford Mills during some typical late-April flurry activity.
CN 451 eases into the south end of Huntsville Yard where it will set out some loads then continue on to North Bay.
A normally nocturnal CN 451 - running late enough to put it well into daylight - skirts the south shore of Lake Vernon with work just ahead in Huntsville before continuing on to North Bay.