After the first big snowfall dumped 15cm in southern New Brunswick, train 594 heads through Passekeag, New Brunswick, with scattered flurries still falling.
During the first semi-major snowfall of the season, train 594 rounds the bend, beginning their downhill descent to Rothesay, New Brunswick.
The beginning of sunset peeks through a gap in the treeline as train 594 rumbles through Renforth, New Brunswick.
CN 3292 leads a small train 594 at Renforth, New Brunswick near sunset. There's still a bit of fall color left in this area of southern New Brunswick. For how long? Who knows...
The deathstar heritage engine leads CN train 594 at Penobsquis, New Brunswick after sunset.
CN 3008 leads train 594 through Sussex, New Brunswick at sunset.
CN train 594 crests the hill at Quispamsis, New Brunswick, with some fall left on the trees.
Back on October 4th, it seemed like the Fall colors were peaking. BCOL 4641 in CN Paint leads train 594 around the bend by some colorful foliage.
CN train 594 crossing the trestle at Hammond River, New Brunswick.
CN 594 shortly after passing Hampton, New Brunswick.
After picking up a cut of potash loads at the siding at Moosehorn, train 594 continues on at Passekeag, New Brunswick.
Coming out of the treeline, train 594 crosses "downtown" Norton, New Brunswick.
CN 594 past Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
CN 594 approaching Sussex, New Brunswick.
Fall colors don't seem to be as vibrant as in years past. This is the best location i've seen lately. Train 594 cruises along the colorful treeline approaching Petitcodiac, New Brunswick.