VIA 6442 departs from Brockville with Toronto to Ottawa train #50.
VIA 6443 departs from Brockville with Montreal to Toronto train #65.
Interior of diner on CN 144, the Bonaventure (Ottawa Section). A Roger Puta Photograph
VIA 6443 passes through Brockville with Toronto to Montreal train #60.
I made several trips to Brockville, Ontario, with a primary goal of capturing MLW’s in service on VIA, CN, and CP. Of course, there were many non-MLW trains that passed through town, including thi... (more)
The winter of 1985 apparently wasn’t too bad, as CN plow 55501 doesn’t show too much wear since being released from the paint shop the previous December.
A Canadian National RS18 growls through Brockville, Ontario with an eastbound peddler. Meanwhile, the SW120... (more)
A Canadian National SW1200RS drills the CN team track at Brockville, Ontario. It was much less common to see CN local freight activity here than to see a CP switcher from Smiths Falls working the ... (more)
Change is in the air as a westbound VIA train makes its station stop at Brockville, Ontario. A new station track and a new cantilever signal are under construction. Soon Brockville will lose its o... (more)
Passengers watch as their Toronto-bound train pulls up for a station stop at Brockville, Ontario. VIA FPA4 6788 is looking pretty clean despite it being the season for melting snow slush.
"Canada 150" wrapped P42DC class leader #900 arrives at Brockville with Ottawa to Toronto train #45.
Ottawa and Montreal trains combining then heading for Toronto. A Roger Puta Photograph
Train Time at Brockville
Brockville, Ontario had a special appeal for observing VIA Rail operations in eastern Canada. Besides being one of the closest points on the VIA system to ... (more)
There’s a brief lull between passenger trains at Brockville, Ontario, so the dispatcher has let a Montreal-bound freight out of the Brockville yard. This is a heavily travelled passenger corridor,... (more)
VIA 909 departs from Brockville on Toronto to Ottawa train #50.