A classic VIA F40PH-2 in yellow leads seven stainless steel coaches out of Aldershot Station.
VIA 67 is passing CN 401 which is stopped until the VIA Train passes it. Autoracks are at the head end of CN 401 as always.
Approaching the autoracks. VIA 67 is passing CN 401 which is stopped until the VIA Train passes it. Autoracks are at the head end of CN 401 as always.
VIA #5 departs the Robson Sub at Taverna for a short run on the Tete Jaune Sub to McBride.
VIA 902 trails Toronto to Ottawa train #42 as it leaves the Brockville Sub and enters the Winchester Sub at Smiths Falls.
VIA #1, the westbound Canadian hustles through Henry House en route to a station stop at Jasper. The train was an impressive 25 cars long on this day.
Thirty-three Renaissance (Nightstar) carbodies sit in a grassy field on Thunder Bay Port Authority property on June 12, 2016. These are the remainder of the 139 cars imported from Britain in 2001,... (more)
With a decent sized 21 car train, VIA #1 departs the siding at Medicine Lodge after meeting train M348, who's tailend coke empties can be seen in the distance.
VIA F40PH-3 6457 passes the signal at mile 125.7 on the Kingston Sub with Montreal to Toronto train #65.
A battered P42DC. Battered P42DC VIA 912 leads a westbound to its stop at Dorval as CN 377 passes at left.
VIA F40PH-3 6457 arrives at Brockville with Montreal to Toronto train #65.
VIA 6432 leads eastbound VIA 14, "The Ocean", as they round the bend at Maccan, Nova Scotia on a warm Summer afternoon.
Passing Windy Point west of Devona, Alberta, is VIA Rail's westbound #1 "The Canadian". The train is traversing through scenic Jasper National Park on CN’s Edson Subdivision.
VIA Rail's westbound #1 "The Canadian" passes a eastbound intermodal waiting to enter the single-track segment at Henry House near Jasper, AB.
VIA 910 departs from Brockville with Toronto to Montreal train #50.