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CN 543 (with NS 9674 & UP 8972 for power) has brought a long string of baretables into the Port of Montreal (seen at right) and is about to couple onto the double stacks in the middle of the frame before heading west. At left is the venerable Molson Brewery, which is supposed to close in the near future, with the Brewery moving to the south shore and in the distance is the Jacques-Cartier Bridge. Finally at right the Oakglen is docked and further to the right is what was once a cold storage building, but is now condominiums.
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Caption: CN 543 (with NS 9674 & UP 8972 for power) has brought a long string of baretables into the Port of Montreal (seen at right) and is about to couple onto the double stacks in the middle of the frame before heading west. At left is the venerable Molson Brewery, which is supposed to close in the near future, with the Brewery moving to the south shore and in the distance is the Jacques-Cartier Bridge. Finally at right the Oakglen is docked and further to the right is what was once a cold storage building, but is now condominiums.

Photographer:
Michael Berry [2243] (more) (contact)
Date: 08/06/2018 (search)
Railway: Canadian National (search)
Reporting Marks: NS 9647 (search)
Train Symbol: CN 543 (search)
Subdivision/SNS: Port of Montreal (search)
City/Town: Montreal (search)
Province: Quebec (search)
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2 Comments
  1. Thanks, it would not surprise me.

  2. Condo boom is worse here in Toronto. Wonder if the old Molson plant will be condos?

    Nonetheless, still a great pic.

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