VIA 14 exits the baloon track at Halifax's Ocean Terminal
This is first time i have seen one of VIA's 3 eyed monsters. It took me a few minutes to figure out why it looked a little different.
VIA train no 602, the 'SAGUENAY', is making its stop in Garneau, just by the Garneau yard tower
VIA 602, the 'Saguenay' is crossing a trestle in St Boniface, at sunset. This train is normally combined with the 'Abitibi', but on that day, it was cancelled due to a CN freight derailment on the... (more)
Ten years gone...
Via 6420 one of two F40PH-2's outfitted with a third headlight for improved visibility sits just west of the MMC.
VIA 73 starts up the Dundas sub with 2 sets of equipment while 72 comes down into Bayview
Ah tree eyed monster 6420 leads 87 northwards.
VIA 73 sprints up the Dundas hill at 60 miles per, 6420 features one of 2 third headlight units.
Three eyed monster leads VIA 70! Only a handful of units feature this third light.
VIA 6420 comes to a full stop with a curious 5th headlight on the nose at Guelph station leading Via #84. The last time I saw this engine it did not have this extra light.
6420 flies through Whitby enroute to Toronto.
The Chaleur is operating over some of VIA's most panoramic road in Eastern Canada. This is the view along the beaches in Pabos, just west of Chandler, QC.