A trio of NS units (NS 9704, NS 7299 & NS 8076) are leaving the Port of Montreal after bringing CN 148 into the port.
A trio of NS units (NS 9704, NS 7299 & NS 8076) are operating as CN 500 as they leave the Port of Montreal light power after bringing in CN 148 to the port. Normally CN 148 enters the port overnig... (more)
I could hear it coming a mile away. With heavy snow falling in Montreal this afternoon, visibility was not great. I saw a train lined westbound on the freight track of CN's Montreal Sub and... (more)
A bright GP9 head on. A clean and bright GP9 (CN 7246) leads a transfer towards Taschereau Yard in Montreal on a sunny afternoon.
Dual website GP9's. A pair of clean GP9's, both in CN's current website paint scheme (CN 7246 & CN 7204) lead a transfer towards Taschereau Yard in Montreal on a sunny afternoon.
Stopped with grain elevator #5 behind. A CN transfer is about to enter the Port of Montreal with a pair of GP9's (CN 7204 & CN 7246, both very clean and in the current CN paint scheme) with... (more)
Double GP9's and double stacks into the Port of Montreal. A CN transfer enters the Port of Montreal with a pair of GP9's (CN 7204 & CN 7246, both very clean and in the current CN paint sche... (more)
A pair of GP9's elephant style. GP9's CN 7062 & CN 7204 are arranged elephant style as they lead transfer CN 500 towards Taschereau Yard with 35 cars.
Double GP9's with double unit numbers. GP9's CN 4141 and CN 7272 head west on the transfer track on CN's Montreal subdivision.
CN/UP EMD meet. A rare for Montreal UP SD60M which has had the UP wings added to its nose (UP 2392, ex-UP 6237) is leading CN 529 as it approaches its terminus of Taschereau Yard. It has ju... (more)
CN 500 over East side bank,doing Robin Hood flour job
Smoke show! Montreal-area transfer CN 500 smokes it up while approaching Taschereau Yard with 30 cars. Power is GP9 CN 7062 & GP38-2 CN 4732.
A geep-led transfer. CN 4808, CN 276 & CN 7275 lead a transfer consisting of grain cars east on CN's Montreal Sub.
A pair of GP9's. CN 4107 & CN 7266 head west towards Taschereau yard with the Pointe St-Charles switcher.
Railroading in an increasingly gentrified neighbourhood. In what was once one of the most heavily industrialized areas of Canada (but which is now largely condos, as at left), CN 7246 & CN ... (more)