Wiiiiiide load! CN 527 is about to pass a clear signal with a Heavy Axle Load. Never seen that car before. The car is numbered HQEX 01. On the car, you can see a Francis turbine for ... (more)
CN 7208 was involved in a sideswipe with CN 121 earlier in the day near the "De Courcelles" street at MP 3.60 on the CN Montreal Subdivision. At the time of the capture, the engine was going to be... (more)
In the sunset, Amtrak #69 brings up "Babbling Brook" on the rear. The Babbling Brook was built for the New York Central Railroad in 1949. Having problems competing with inexpensive and faster air... (more)
Abandonned train! The train derailed last July at Ste-Sabine, stopping traffic on the subdivision. After 7 months, the B39-8E still there, vandalized. The headlight was robbed too. N... (more)
CAT VS EMD! CN 7208 was involved in a sideswipe with CN 121 earlier in the day of February 23, near the "De Courcelles" street at MP 3.60 on the CN Montreal Subdivision. In the after... (more)
The cab of one of the rare EMD FL9 in operation in Canada.
Dominion of Canada is now at home! Dominion of Canada is an LNER Class A4 steam locomotive. There were 35 A4 locomotives built in total. In September 2012, 60010 was sent from the Ca... (more)
As the CN 327 takes the clearance for the CN Valleyfield Subdivision, a woman photograph the ex-Oakway SD60 at Les Coteaux, Qc.
The cab of an old warrior unit. That unit was built in January 1958, and had the same number board at this time.
By a gorgeous afternoon, CP 118 slowly gets in the port of Montreal beside the beautiful Saint-Lawrence river. You can also see one of the symbols of Montreal ; the Olympic Stadium, built in April... (more)
Few minutes after the sun go down, the night shift crew are busy working in the shop. Inside the service center are CSXT ES40DC 5295, and CSXT SD40-3 4037 get serviced after finishing up their dut... (more)
As the sun sets on Montreal, CN 525 pass over the highway 116, with 5 cars.
As the sun sets on Montreal, the last AMT train of the week, pass the CN Southwark Yard on the CN Saint-Hyacinthe Subdivision.
Golden hour! After waiting about 25 minutes at -25°C, and having frozen fingers, AMT #810 pass the CN Southwark yard in the last rays of the day.