VIA’s train No. 2, the Canadian, rumbles around a curve at Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 20, 2011. To our surprise, the 20-car streamliner was running one hour early (yes, early!) on Canad... (more)
VIA train No. 2 rushes by a hour early at 2:00 p.m. at Moose Lake, British Columbia, on July 20, 2011. The 20-car streamliner has the usual classy Budd-built Park-series dome observation carrying ... (more)
The first train I see on a gorgeous Friday afternoon is VIA 57 as it speeds towards Oshawa doing every bit of the 90 MPH speed limit.
VIA Rail No. 2, the Canadian, curves along the edge of Brule Lake at Swan landing (Brule), Alberta, on July 18, 2011. Leading the train is a rebuilt F40PH Via labels a “F40PH-3,” while trailing is... (more)
Montreal-bound VIA 25, from Quebec City, cruises over what is likely the most heavily-photographed railroad bridge in Quebec. The train seems to have attracted the attention of at least one of the... (more)
VIA 6415 hauling Budd cars under snow fall in Christmass night,overtaking CN 308,near Courcelle crossing
Montreal Skyline! After leaving the "Gare Centrale" in Montreal, VIA #659 is on the way to Union Station in Toronto.
She used to ride the rails from coast to coast, but now she stands on static display beside Dock St, along Thunder Bay's harbour front.
ex-VIA 6510, 12/1994; nee CN 6510 (3/1978) - Blt 12/1954
After the snowstorm! By a beautiful winter day, VIA #30 is passing the small town of Glen Robertson. He will meet the VIA #51 few miles away...
VIA 70 speeds through Komoka with 4 LRC cars in tow.
VIA 70 cruises thru Bayview Jct.
VIA's westbound "Canadian" heads for Rivers.
An older F40PH-2 leads the "Canadian" as it departs downtown Winnipeg for points west. Shots like this are no longer possible since all of VIA's F40s wear the new green livery.
VIA 85 rolls Westward out of Georgetown, along invisible rails in the thick snow. Only about an 45 mins prior, VIA 84 travelled Eastward along this same stretch. Goes to show how heavy the snowfal... (more)