The morning J-train speeds eastbound, just outside Port Hope.
VIA 2 wraps around Redmond
VIA Rail Canada F40PH-3s 6452 and 6409 bring their 24 car "Canadian" down to limited speed (45mph) in order to diverge onto the single track at Henry House.
VIA #2 speeds east.
VIA Rail Canada train #6 speeds west on the north Connecting Track at McCabe. It will enter CN's Robson Sub in a couple of miles, then enter the south connecting track before entering CN's Albreda... (more)
VIA's incredible “Canadian” skirts Brule Lake at Swan Landing (Brule), Alberta, surrounded by beautiful Jasper National Park, on July 20, 2011.
As Metra and Amtrak's equipment from Railroad Daze heads back to the city, Metra 101 leads a outbound train into Franklin Park for a station stop.
VIA #1 proceeds through Taverna.
VIA's Westbound Canadian proceeds through Taverna at the bottom of CN's Robson Hill.
VIA 6410 leads a consist of LRC coaches west, paralleling the 403 on its way to Sarnia.
Metra 148 pushes the Metra and Amtrak equipment for Railroad Daze back east after the event.
VIA 75 emerges from the flyunder bound for points west.
A recent graduate of the VIA Rail F40PH-2 rebuild program leads F40PH-3 sisters 6457 and 6439 east through the village of Vavenby, BC with the Canadian.
VIA Rail's transcontinental passenger liner, 'The Canadian', speeds southbound past a pristine Sparrow Lake enroute to Toronto, but not before a stop in the small cottage town of Washago is made.
An early VIA #1 lets its passengers stretch their legs during a beautiful afternoon in downtown Blue River.