ES44AC 8754 and AC4400CWM 8137 approach Railway Street as they head east on the Scotford Sub with Montreal to Edmonton train 119.
A trio of GE's leads CP 119 through Pointe-Claire.
CP 119 with CP 8793, CP 8020, CP 8141 & CP 2304 is leaving Lachine IMS Yard after lifting intermodal traffic here.
CP 119 is going through a superelevated curve as it passes Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Station, where commuters await an eastbound EXO train.
CP 119 has CP 8727, CP 8873, CEFX 1044 (dead in transit) and spotless CP 7054 as it heads west on a sunny evening.
CP 2304 is leading CP 119's power into Lachine IMS Yard as it prepares to lift intermodal traffic. Behind are CP 8141, CP 8020 & CP 8793.
A short CP 119 races through the town of St-Clet with CP 8019 & CP 8610 for power.
Olympic unit trailing. The last CP ES44AC to have part of its Olympic paint scheme intact (CP 8876) is trailing CP 8920 as CP 119 makes a lift at Lachine IMS Yard.
CP 119 with CP 8109 and CMQ 9023 is westbound through Pointe-Claire with its usual wide mix of traffic.
Westbound approaching Bowker on the CP Nipigon Subdivision.
CP train 119 is about to cross the CN Kashabowie Subdivision.
CP train 119 and the Trans Canada Highway at Dorion, Ontario.
With a friendly wave from the conductor, CP 9159, pulling for united way, approaches Nipigon.
Westbound at Red Rock, Ontario.
CP train 119 between Hurkett and Bowker on the CP Nipigon Subdivision.