CN 536's power is heading towards Coteau Yard at the start of its run.
The engineer is on board CN 536's power as he awaits the rest of the crew to join him at the start of their shift.
CN 536 is on its way to help CN 321 with a set off and lift as it passes under a signal bridge at Coteau Jct. Power is GTW 6226 & CN 9410.
A small portion of CN 4139 is reflected in some water as this veteran gets ready to switch Coteau Yard. CN 4139 was built 63 years ago and was originally numbered CN 4287.
CN 9410 sports clean zebra stripes as CN 536 does work at Coteau in the evening.
Smoke emerges from CN 4139 as CN 536's engineer starts it up at the start of his shift.
CN 536's engineer has spotted his power (CN 4139, GTW 6226 & CN 9410) behind Coteau Station at the start of his shift; soon the rest of the crew will board and they will head to Coteau Yard to do ... (more)
CN 536 with CN 4715 & CN 4802 is on its way into Coteau Yard.
A bit of smoke pops up as CN 536's power starts to move. Beside it is CN 9411.
CN 536 with CN 9454 & CN 9411 for power is starting its shift as it prepares to do its first moves of the evening.
CN 536 backs up as it does some switching behind Coteau Station.
CN 536 with GMTX 2293 and CN 4141 is light towards Coteau on CN's Valleyfield Sub as it does some switching.
CN 536 with GMTX 2293 and CN 4141 is passing parked CN 4771 as they do switching behind Coteau Station.
CN 536 with GMTX 2293 & CN 4141 does some switching behind the Coteau Station on a sunny and humid evening. At the head end are covered gons with zinc for a client in Valleyfield.
Waiting for VIA 634 to pass before returning into the yard after a 17 cars set-off for interchange with Ottawa Central Ry.