The regular J-train blasts through Newcastle with 6408 and 6448 providing the power.
VIA 6456 rounds the 100 mph S-curve at Newcastle, Ontario.
The first "J" train of the day blows through the intermediates at Newtonville on its way to Montreal.
Train 41 catches the first glint of sunlight as it rounds the elevated curve at Newtonville.
VIA 6452 leads express train 83 out of Aldershot Station for points west.
The last westbound passenger train from Toronto Union Station departs Aldershot for Windsor.
Train number 65, the Montreal-Toronto shuffle breaks the silence in the quiet town of Lovekin, Ontario on its way to Oshawa, and eventually Toronto under threatening skies.
6446 and its 5 stainless steel coaches catch the final glint of sunlight of the day on their way to Toronto.
6445 leads 5 LRC coaches westbound on its way to Toronto.
A morning J-train races east through Lovekin.
VIA 73 rockets up the Dundas Subdivision with 4 LRC cars.
VIA 73 arrives at Woodstock Station while MOW employees refuel and reload equipment sitting in the siding. The equipment is used at night when there is less disruption to rail operations, such as ... (more)
The express train rockets through Snake with four LRC cars including one rebuilt car.
VIA 70 speeds through Komoka with 4 LRC cars in tow.
The rear end of J-train 73 meets the head end of 331 waiting on the cowpath connecting track. Train 73 will crossover onto the north and 331 will receive a green on the south.