Yep, this is Canada alright. Although the BNSF locomotives might mark this as a shot taken in the U.S., the presence of VIA 6451 at left (leading VIA 64 to its station stop at Dorval... (more)
VIA 57 is about 15 minutes out of Montreal's Central Station as it passes through Montreal West. Next stop: Dorval. For more train photos, click more)
VIA's 693 departs Portage for Dauphin on a sunny yet very cold afternoon.
On a nice sunny day without a single cloud, knowing that VIA trans-continental train "The Canadian" is just about 2 hours late which will be a good shot in the morning day light, I decide to head ... (more)
VIA 'Canadian' passes under the brand new signal rack at CN Quaker, entering the home stretch enroute to Toronto Union Station. No Rocky Mountains here. What used to be an ‘off-the-beaten-track” C... (more)
A recent shuffling of VIA schedules in the corridor has created a few new symbols like this 62/52 J-train which will split at Brockville for Montreal and Ottawa. Note the new club car behind the l... (more)
A slightly overpowered 73 prepares to attack the grade after exiting Bayview Junction.
VIA Train 3 took the siding to allow an eastbound freight to hold the freshly-ballasted mainline at Decoigne, Alta., July 29, 1981. F unit 6509 carries the first of Canada's edict for trains to ... (more)
After departing Jasper, westbound VIA Train 3 is nearing the Alberta / British Columbia border in a downpour on July 29, 1981. An office car is first behind the EMD's. The lead F carries the f... (more)
Eight miles after leaving Jasper, VIA Train 3 is about to be overtaken by rain at Geike, Alta. Three EMD units easily handle the 19 cars on July 29, 1981.
VIA 625 rumbles over the Chaudière river at Saint-Rédempteur.
An iconic train arriving over five hours late, VIA #2 deadheads into the TMC with VIA 8715 the "Tremblant Park" car bringing up the rear on a snowy afternoon at Mimico. Later on the same evening, ... (more)
EB VIA at Lovekin.
Late morning J-train 62 led by VIA 911 coasts along the lakeshore on its way toward Montreal with a newly-rebuilt LRC in tow.
This old Via unit sits quiet beside the Kam river in Thunder Bay amongst some fall colours.