Via train #2 is about 20 minutes from the station stop at Saskatoon. The train is seen here between sidings at Hawoods and Juniata at MP 212.
An extremely late "Canadian" #1 races west out of the storms along Chip Lake headed to Jasper.
VIA Rail train 14 with one of the two " Coors Light Silver Bullet Express" units 6408 and rebuilt 6449.
VIA Rail #14 with 6415 and 6410.
VIA 73 passes a line of stored coil cars in the siding @ Beachville. A sign of the times when the economy was in a state of recession. VIA 6435 leads 4 LRC & 4 Budd stainless coaches with VIA 6424... (more)
Racing through the St Lawrence River Valley, Halifax-Montreal Ocean catches the early rays as it enters a super-elevated curve at 70mph.
VIA 70 passes through what used to be known as Hamilton West on it's way to Toronto from Windsor.
In the background you can see the tail end of CP 427 crossing over the Dundas Sub.
VIA #1 "The Canadian" passes a snow covered slide fence on the approach to Geikie, AB.
Metra F40PH-2 #133 pushes an inbound train, and meets with an outbound train led by F40PH-2 #140
VIA 675 is accelerating away from the Brantford station after making it's station stop. The 6442's train consists of 1 baggage car and 7 coaches as it heads west to it's final destination of Winds... (more)
Captured at 400mm, Montreal-Quebec City VIA # 26 cruises at about 90mph through the flat lands of the St-Lawrence River Valley at sunset
Bound for Halifax, VIA Ocean slices through the St-Lawrence River Valley at sunset
This is the eastbound Skeena (now called the Jasper-Prince Rupert train) heading into the morning sun an hour and a half out of Prince Rupert.
Note, that the Zakim Memorial Bridge which carries I-93 is in the background