A rare Winnipeg, Manitoba to Toronto, Ontario section of the Canadian passes Auden. CN suffered a wind related derailment blocking the mainline causing delays. Via #1 was turned around at Winnipeg... (more)
The noses of LRC-3 VIA 6921 and M-420W SLQ 3569 are illuminated in the midday sun at Exporail.
VIA #37 is entering the south shore of Quebec city as it comes off the Quebec Bridge, opened in 1919 to link Quebec and Saint-Nicolas.
After a quick little station stop at Sackville, New Brunswick, VIA 14, "The Ocean", continues on eastbound, heading towards Halifax, Nova Scotia.
A difference in (MLW) height. With LRC-3 VIA 6921 (built by Bombardier at the MLW plant with an Alco designed 16-251F) and M-630 CP 4563 coupled back to back at Exporail, the difference in ... (more)
VIA 913 backs VIA 26 over the Lachine Canal, on its way to Quebec City.
VIA 33 from Quebec City is crossing the Lachine Canal with VIA 6446 leading as it approaches Wellington Tower.
The westbound VIA arrives from Toronto on its way to London. About to stop to collect passengers.
VIA F40PH-3s 6451 and 6436 hustle a 26 car "Canadian" westbound on the Edson Sub approaching Bickerdike East.
100% rebuilt cars. VIA 72 has 5 rebuilt LRC cars (none of them wrapped for Canada 150 celebrations) trailing wrapped VIA 913 as it heads east on the Oakville Sub in Toronto.
VIA 6453 leads VIA 635 through Montreal West.
Wrapped VIA 905 pushes VIA 73 towards Union Station in Toronto. Behind is the GO North Bathurst Yard where numerous trainsets wait out the middle of the day and at right is the Spadina overpass.
VIA 84 from Sarnia is almost at its destination of Union Station as VIA 6453 leads the mixed consist towards the Bathurst Street overpass.
A slightly late VIA 69 crosses the Lachine Canal and passes Wellington Tower with VIA 6443 for power.
VIA 917 leads VIA 64 over the Lachine Canal just a bit south of Montreal's Central Station.