Sunset at Southwark. The combined VIA Rail Ocean/Chaleur is passing through Southwark Yard at sunset, with downtown Montreal's skyline barely visible in the distance. At right is CN 309, st... (more)
VIA's eastbound Canadian passes Brule Lake heading down the main at Swan Landing.
The morning J-train speeds eastbound, just outside Port Hope.
VIA 72 glides down the final miles of the Dundas Sub and towards it's station stop in Aldershot.
VIA's westbound Canadian creeps up to the signal at English where it will have to wait for 2 eastbounds before making the last 3 miles into the station at Jasper.
The entire CANADIAN is visible as the train passes under the famous railfan bridge at Bathurst Street. The 21-car train included four dome cars on this day.
VIA 6402 and 6449 depart Kamloops with the eastbound Canadian.
A recent F40PH-2 rebuild leads 2 other F40PH-2s east with The Canadian, #2.
One of VIA's F40PH-2 rebuilds idles in Jasper's House track awaiting tomorrow's trip to Prince Rupert.
VIA Train #5 departs Jasper, Prince Rupert bound. This is the first time one of the F40 rebuilds has ventured to Northwestern BC solo.
The first eastbound trip of the Canadian with two rebuilt F40's arrives at Toronto's Union Station as another VIA train pulls from the Train Shed on the adjacent track.
VIA Rail's "Canadian" pauses in Jasper for a station stop. This is the first run of this train with the rebuilt F40s as sole power. F40PH-2Ds 6402 and 6452 provide the muscle.
VIA #1 departs Jasper behind a pair of rebuilt F40s.