VIA 63 is led by VIA 6429 as it passes the Peel Basin about five minutes after leaving Montreal's Central Station.
VIA 6429 approaches the junction with the Kingston Sub as it arrives at Brockville with Ottawa to Toronto train #643.
VIA Number 1 curves through Longlac Jct
VIA 76, a Toronto - Sarnia passenger train approaches the newly established Etobicoke North GO Station on the north side of the tracks. The station used to stand on the south side of the tracks, a... (more)
VIA Rail Canada's westbound "Canadian" speeds towards Jasper, AB for its next station stop.
VIA 6429 with VIA 6437 mid-consist travels East on the Kingston sub with the combined VIA 62/52 J-train to Montreal. The trains will split at Brockville with train 52 taking the longer route throu... (more)
The eastbound "Canadian" rounds the s curve at Arrow River and will head for Oakner where it will meet it's westbound counterpart.
With the holidays coming up, VIA 6429 & VIA 6427 lead a longer than usual VIA 61 as the engineer climbs back into the lead engine at Dorval Station on a stormy day. In the background a large crowd... (more)
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.
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.