VIA F40PH-3s 6429 and 6436 lead a lengthy 23 car summer "Canadian" trainset east on the Edson Sub.
VIA's "Canadian" heads for Firdale and points west.
With 3 F40PH-3s up front, the westbound Canadian cruises past Moose Lake.
VIA's Canadian begins its descent down the Robson Sub at Redpass.
BC's Mount Fitzwilliam makes VIA Rail's Canadian look like a toy train as it heads west on CN's Albreda Sub.
VIA 635 flies around the S-curve about a mile west of Alexandria station. Four grade crossings in less than a mile amount for an awesome horn show here!
Ahead of it's schedule, VIA Rail's westbound "Canadian" sits at Blue River, BC to let its passengers take in some fresh air on a rare 20 minute stop.
Shortly after joining up the siding extension to a 200ft section off the new switch, we clear for the Eastbound Canadian.
A trio of rebuilds eases out of the station with "The Canadian" headed to Vancouver.
The eastbound "Canadian" heads for Quadra.
VIA Rail Canada's eastbound "Canadian" passes through Arrow River.
VIA's Westbound Canadian idles in the station track at Jasper behind a rebuilt F40.
The Canadian departs Jasper behind a pair of rebuilds and an un-rebuilt F40PH-2.
Rebuilt 6429 with 6452.
VIA #1 prepares for departure from a very hazy town of Jasper.