VIA Rail's 17-car 'Ocean Limited' after arrival at Halifax Union Station, led by F40PH #6437 & with both Renaissance equipment & a stainless steel "Park" car at the end. The day before, the consis... (more)
A pair of RS-18s leaves Rockingham with a van hop heading west.
VIA Rail Train 12, Atlantic, with F40 6433 has arrived Halifax after crossing through Maine. The Park series Obs car is on the consist of Train 15, Ocean, awaiting its departure time.
VIA's Ocean (the longest continuously operated named train in North America) is departing Halifax on a sunny fall day with a solid train of Renaissance cars puncuated by a Budd-built Park car brin... (more)
Via FPA-4 6782 leads #15 away from Halifax enroute to Montreal.
Via Rail FPA-4 6777 leads train #11 past Fairview Jct on its way out of Halifax enroute to Montreal.
CP SW1200RS 1272 has arrived in Halifax after some shopwork in Montreal. Shortly it will be picked up by the nightly Dominion Atlantic Railway freight and returned to service on the DAR as part of... (more)
CN 6763 leads Via #15 past the west end of Rockingham yard, along the shore of Bedford Basin with the A. Murray McKay bridge between Halifax and Dartmouth in the background.
CN FPA-4 6778 in Via colours sits in the station in Halifax waiting to depart for Montreal.
CN FPA-4 6778 in Via colours sits outside the train shed at Ocean Terminal, it's ready to head west to Montreal.
Via 6788 with train #11 passes the Rockingham yard office while CN 3624 waits to head out on the mainline with a van hop move.
There's not much snow on the ground on Christmas Eve 1978 as CN 6786 sits at the headend of Via #15 soon to be under way for Montreal.
Via #15 sits in Halifax Ocean Terminal shortly before it heads west to Montreal.
The Rockingham operator hands some paperwork up to the engine crew on Via #11.
CN C-630 leads a Milford to Wright's Cove loaded gypsum train through Enfield, Nova Scotia.