Bringing up the rear. Strathcona Park brings up the rear of VIA 15 (The Ocean) as it enters Montreal slightly early.
Over the canal. VIA 6451 heads south out of Montreal's Central Station with VIA 6451 leading. It is crossing over the Lachine Canal.
Passing the old swing bridge. VIA 37 is 5 minutes out of Montreal's Central Station with VIA 907 leading as it passes the old CN swing bridge which freights used to use to access the... (more)
VIA 2 pulls into Washago for a station stop before continuing on its way to Toronto, on a warm June day in 2013.
VIA 6437 and VIA 6440 cross the Lachine Canal, in a few minutes VIA's Ocean will be in Montreal's Central Station.
VIA 601/VIA 603 pass the Montreal skyline and Wellington tower just after leaving Central Station. This is a great place to shoot passenger trains in the morning.
A long engine. At 69 feet long (13 feet longer than an F40PH), GE's P42DC's are long engines. A broadside shot accentuates that length, as with this shot where VIA 906 is crossing the Lachi... (more)
A nearly perfect reflection. VIA 63 (with VIA 6434 and 6 stainless steel cars) is backing up to Montreal's Central Station about 80 minutes before its 10:10 AM departure time. The train and... (more)
Toronto - Windsor train 75 makes its scheduled station stop at Brantford.
VIA 33 does an interesting route - it leaves Quebec City, comes into Montreal's Central Station and then backs out to continue on to Ottawa. Here it is backing out of Central Station, on its way t... (more)
VIA 6412 enters CP Rail's Brockville Sub with Toronto to Montreal train #50.
VIA 6412 departs from Brockville with Toronto to Montreal train #50.
A far cry from its rural route. VIA 601 and VIA 603 (destined for Jonquière and Senneterre respectively) leave the skyscraper filled skyline of downtown Montreal as a combined train,... (more)
VIA 918 travels east through Brockville with Toronto to Montreal train #60.
VIA 918 passes Brockville station with Toronto to Montreal train #60.