CN 3944, CN 3936, CN 4134 & CN 4900 is the power on CN 527 as it heads westwards before backing up onto Track 29 to set off cars.
BCOL 4648 is leading CN 527 as it backs up towards Pointe St-Charles Yard. At right another railfan gets a low angle view of the train.
The sun is in and out as CN 527 approaches Turcot Ouest. There they will leave part of their train on the North Track befre dropping off cars on Track 29 (the track at far left).
CN 527 has pair of CREX units followed by a pair of geeps (CN 3944, CN 3936, CN 4134 & CN 4900) as it backs up towards Track 29 to set off cars there.
CN 527 has CN 3180, CN 3818, CN 4724 & IC 2719 as it approaches Turcot Ouest.
Ex-CREX CN 3967 along with CN 2646 leads CN 527 as it heads back to its home base of Southwark Yard.
CN 527 is heading back to Southwark Yard with CN 3177, CN 8842 & CN 4729. In the foreground is a new path that follows the CN Montreal Sub for a couple of miles.
CN 527 is approaching Taschereau Yard with an SD75I and a Dash9 for power.
CN 527 has a Dash9-44CWL leader as it heads to Taschereau Yard after working at Pointe St-Charles Yard.
CN 527 is a bit ahead of CN 305 as it heads towards Taschereau Yard.
A decently clean ET44AC leads transfer CN 527 through Montreal West.
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CN 527 with CN 3164 & CN 3861 is passing a cut of new grain cars as it heads west.
CN 527 has 103 cars and a pair of SD70M-2's for power (CN 8019 & 8963) as it heads towards Taschereau Yard.
CN 527 heads towards the setting sun as it emerges from the Turcot Interchange with CN 2930 & CN 8000 for power.