VIA Rails No. 2 "The Canadian" passes along the Athabasca river in Jasper National Park during a stormy afternoon on June 20, 2016.
CN ET44AC 3092 and ES44AC 2982 have a monster 14874' (240 platforms) train Q191 in check, cruising between Devona and Henry House on CN's Edson Sub.
Via Rail 6416 heads the westbound Canadian in the Canada 150 anniversary color scheme.
VIA Rail No. 2, the eastbound Canadian, makes its station stop at Jasper, Alberta, on August 6, 2016. On the rear of today’s train are three “Prestige Sleeper class” cars, including dome-observati... (more)
In a view from inside a dry rental car, VIA Rail No. 1, the westbound Canadian, departs Jasper, Alberta, in the pouring rain on the afternoon of August 9, 2016.
Surrounded by scenic Jasper National Park, an eastbound Canadian National coal train passes Windy Point west of Devona, Alberta, on July 10, 2014. Two GE ES44ACs power the train—Nos. 2811 and 2813... (more)
Surrounded by towering mountains, VIA Rail’s westbound “Canadian” is minimized by the scenery of Jasper National Park, even though the train powered by three F40PH-3s is 23 cars long! The streamli... (more)
With a massive mountain wall edging Jasper Lake in the background, VIA Rail train No. 1, the Canadian, cruises westbound out of Devona, Alberta, on July 11, 2014. Three EMD F40PH-3s power the stai... (more)
On July 11, 2014, a few people begin gathering inside the station at Jasper, Alberta, for the departure of VIA Rail’s Jasper to Prince Rupert train No. 5, formerly known as the “Skeena.” Later tha... (more)
VIA F40PH-3 6454 leads the westbound Canadian at Mile 8 of CN's Albreda Sub, approaching Geikie.
Wearing its Canada 150 garb, VIA F40PH-3 6454 idles at the west end of Jasper's station track with train #1.
VIA #1, the westbound "Canadian" arrives in Jasper pulling through track YC01 towards the station track behind recently "Canada 150" wrapped F40PH-3 6454.
The "Canada 150" livery makes its maiden voyage to the West Coast of Canada in the form of F40PH-3 6454. It's seen here, leading the Westbound Canadian past Mile 229 of CN's Edson Sub.
The "Canada 150" livery makes its maiden voyage to the West Coast of Canada in the form of F40PH-3 6454. It's seen here, leading the Westbound Canadian past the approach signal to Henry ... (more)
I didn't think I would miss this livery on VIA Rail's F40s, however, I do! VIA F40PH-2 6438 climbs into Jasper with the westbound Canadian.