CN 306 arrives at the yard in Edmundston, New Brunswick, for a crew change.
CN 2844 leads train 306 along the shores of the scenic Lac Baker, New Brunswick.
An SD75i, CN 5665, is in charge of eastbound train 306, rumbling by the scenic Lac Baker, New Brunswick, about 10 minutes east of the Quebec/New Brunswick border. This area of New Brunswick is gre... (more)
At 3,920 feet long, the Salmon River Trestle is a sight to see. From this vantage point though, it seems so small. Here, 306 crosses the trestle with some Fall colors popping through.
CN 5665 leads 306, as they climb out of Saint Andre Jct, where they entered the Pelletier Sub.
After cresting the hill at Pelletier, it's all downhill as train 306 rounds the curve onto the trestle at Saint-Eleuthere, PQ, with Fall at its peak on the hills in Northern Quebec.
The little Salmon River Trestle is quite the sight to see in Northern New Brunswick, about 15 minutes south of Grand Falls, this 3,920 foot long trestle is a great spot for photography. Fall has a... (more)
Train 306 is eastbound, cruising along the shores of the scenic Lac Baker, New Brunswick. Although not as good as last year, Fall is making its presence known along the hills.
Running about 6-7 hours late, train 306 arrives at Gordon Yard at Moncton, New Brunswick at sunrise.
CN AC 2844 leads train 306, rounding the sharp bend at 12,000 foot siding Tarte, about 42 miles from the next crew change point.
CN 2844 leads eastbound train 306, rumbling across the trestle at Saint Eleuthere, PQ.
CN 2844 leads eastbound train 306, passing the scenic Lac Baker, about 20 miles from the next crew change point of Edmundston, New Brunswick.
Eastbound train 306 heads by the Irving Mill at Baker Brook, New Brunswick.
CN train 306 is eastbound, as they head through the scenic Lac Baker, shortly after crossing over from Quebec into New Brunswick. This area of New Brunswick looks great all year, especially in the... (more)
Rounding the hills of northern Quebec, CN 306 rounds the bend at crosses the trestle at St Eleuthere, PQ. The colors are really starting to show around here.