100% stainless steel. For quite some time VIA 63 was running with a single LRC among 5-6 stainless steel cars. Since the June 1st VIA Rail schedule changes it has been running with a 100% s... (more)
Splitting the endangered dwarf signals. VIA 635 is seen splitting a set of old dwarf signals that will soon be replaced by the new signals that are currently turned away from the track on C... (more)
Shoving on the rear of a well-powered passenger train. VIA 633 for Ottawa is approaching Turcot West with VIA 907 bringing up the rear, along with VIA 6411 leading, and a second P42DC in th... (more)
The Canadian at Wagaming
Eastbound "Canadian" speeds through Green at 70mph. Big bugs go splat all over the front of the locomotive.
Westbound VIA #75 on way from Toronto to Windsor arrives at Brantford Station. The conductor is leaving the cab of VIA 6438 to remove checked- in luggage from the baggage car.
On a miserable, rainy early winter day, a westbound VIA Rail LRC makes a station stop at Cornwall, Ontario. We were looking for classic 1950’s cab units, and it was a disappointment to see a dista... (more)
VIA F40PH-3s 6414 and 6431 depart from Wainwright with eastbound VIA Rail train No 2, the Canadian.
VIA Rail 6457 stands at the head of The Canadian in preparation for an eastbound departure from Jasper, Alberta.
Former VIA/CN FP9 6510 on static display at the Kaministiquia River Heritage Park in Thunder Bay.
VIA 24 at Charny Station, in the backgroud, the CN Joffre Yard and the Montmagny Sub.
Sarnia - Toronto train #84 is about to take the light at Melrose.
A young lass cleans the windshield of this F40PH at Jasper in an era before wearing PPE was common. She is certainly no aged CN machinist...
Paint peeling. The paint is peeling on the nose of FP9A VIA 6309 at Exporail.
The splitting of The Canadian. VIA FPA4 6762 is departing for Toronto with train #12 while the crew services 6405 before departing for Montreal with train #2.