Another year almost finished, and another winter approaching for retired FP9 6510. Kama River Park has been its home for the past few years, with very little attention or care to this historic spe... (more)
The Vancouver to Toronto passenger heads through Nakina
A pair of Via F40ph's move the Vancouver to Toronto Canadian southward to Toronto on the Bala Sub.
VIA 70 blasts through Hamilton West with a station stop at Aldershot just a few miles away.
VIA 6410 crosses the Desjardins Canal on its daily trip around Hamilton Harbour. US Steel and Dofasco can be spotted in the upper right of the image and the skyway in the far background.
With 3 F40PH-3s up front, the westbound Canadian cruises past Moose Lake.
I think this is rare shot: These two trains leaves Jasper in the same second in the eveningsun! Left the Canadian No 1 from Toronto to Vancouver, right a CN-westbound containertrain. The CN a few ... (more)
On a more positive note, it is still possible to shoot the tri-weekly Canadian southbound through the Don Valley in the morning sun.
The tri weekly Budd Car for Sudbury gets underway at... well, its not named for show ; White River!
Pictured here, VIA train 73 coasts around the curve just before diverging onto the Dundas Sub on its way to Windsor. 6444 would be wrecked only a week later on train 92 to Toronto, which killed th... (more)
VIA Rail Canada's Malahat approaches Union Bay, B.C., on Vancouver Island, as fall colour starts to show. This line between Victoria and Courtenay is the antithesis of "high iron"; in fact, one is... (more)
With fall colors already starting to disappear, VIA 601 heads north towards Hervey Jonction, where both consists will be split: one will head to Jonquière, and the other will head to Senneterre.
VIA 6425 kicks up leaves as it approaches the Lovekin bridge at 90MPH.
VIA 6451, the latest rebuilt F40PH-2 to come out of CAD leads train 72 towards Toronto on the last mile of the Dundas Subdivision passing this year's spectacular fall colours
VIA's Canadian begins its descent down the Robson Sub at Redpass.