The last one (for now). While the VIA 15 that arrived in Montreal last Thursday morning was expected to be the last VIA 14/15 of the winter with an all-Budd consist, VIA Rail's reservation ... (more)
Wrapped unit VIA 6402 along with VIA 6426 & VIA 6445 lead VIA 15 towards the Victoria Bridge after they have unloaded their passengers at Central Station in Montreal. They will then back up on the... (more)
Covered in snow. The power on VIA 15 (wrapped unit VIA 6402 along with VIA 6426 & VIA 6445) is covered in snow as it backs up towards Central Station in Montreal, its voyage from Halifax ne... (more)
VIA Rail No 15 Ocean is crossing the Richelieu River as it approaches its final destination Montreal's Central Station on a fine spring morning.
No longer stranded in Churchill. Wrapped unit VIA 6402 was stranded in Churchill for much of 2017 (along with an entire trainset) due to flooding of the rail line that leads to Churchill in... (more)
VIA Rail F40PH-3 6402-6448 with train 14 The Ocean.
The second of three Canada 150 wrapped F40s makes it way through Guelph Jct.
A Windsor bound Via train from Toronto pulls into Brantford for a quick station stop.
VIA 6402 leads VIA 635 over the partially empty Lachine Canal.
One F40 leading, another mid-train. VIA 601 and VIA 603 are combined as they pass Montreal's skyline, with the Peel Basin in the foreground. They will remain combined until Hervey Junction ... (more)
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 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 6402 arrives at Smiths Falls with Montreal to Toronto train #55.
At dusk, more than one hour late, the combined VIA train from Jonquière and Senneterre, is plowing the tracks, in St-Paulin, after a late winter storm, leaving almost 20 cms of snow on its path
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)