On a dreary foggy morning, train 120 approaches Amherst, Nova Scotia.
Here's an area I'd love to camp at. Train 120 crosses over the trestle at East Mines, Nova Scotia, high above the trailers.
CN 120 rumbles by a very calm Folly Lake, Nova Scotia.
CN 120 at Springhill Jct in some nice morning light.
One of the best color spots that i've seen over the last week or so, CN train 120 rounds the bend east of Maccan, Nova Scotia, rumbling by some good color.
CN train makes it's way through the thick early morning fog at Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia.
During a foggy morning, train 120 crosses the trestle at East Mines, Nova Scotia.
CN stack train 120 cruises across the border into Nova Scotia, approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia on a beautiful summer morning.
CN stacker Z120 crosses the border into Nova Scotia, approaching Amherst, Nova Scotia.
Wisconsin Central paint scheme CN 3069 powers stack train 120 by the rarely used VIA rail station at the university town of Sackville, New Brunswick.
A late 120 rumbles by Palmers Pond at Dorchester, New Brunswick with a colorful lash up.
Fog and drizzle fill the sky as train 120 rumbles along the marsh at Memramcook, New Brunswick, sporting a nice lashup with CN 3069 on the point.
CN 3069 sporting the WC heritage scheme powers train 120 at Painsec Jct, east of Moncton, New Brunswick on a dreary Saturday morning.
Approaching the NB/NS border, train 120 cruises along the Tantramar marsh heading by Fort Beausejour.
Late train 120 heads by Palmers Pond.