VIA 85 with its small consist of an LRC and one stainless BUDD car, lets off its passengers after just arriving in Sarnia.
VIA 25 rolls along highway 20 towards Montréal on Christmas Eve.
VIA 87 Hauls in Limehouse.
F40 6436 pulls a Renaissance trainset past the Saint-Hyacinthe station towards Montreal on a mild February afternoon.
VIA 25 tears through the landscape in Saint-Édouard and still has 50 more miles to go before its destination, Montréal.
VIA's Ocean (the longest continuously operated named train in North America) is departing Halifax on a sunny fall day with a solid train of Renaissance cars puncuated by a Budd-built Park car brin... (more)
Captured at 400mm, Montreal-Quebec City VIA # 26 cruises at about 90mph through the flat lands of the St-Lawrence River Valley at sunset
Rebuilt #6436 with #6433.
The Skeena is getting ready to head west for Prince Rupert
On New Year's Day some local boys organize a hockey game, and an ice fisherman on the far side of the lake stoops over the hole as the "Skeena" heads west.
The sole passenger train that regularly operates in the eastern edition of the CP-CN directional-running territory (VIA train 2 runs down the CN Bala Sub on alternate days).
VIA 6436, 6446 and 6402 bring number one to a slow for the arrival at Jasper.
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Sisters VIA 6435 and 6436 pose nicely for me as 6436 and 2 other F40PH-2s switch cars for train #1 the "Canadian".
6436, 6439 and 6433, with minor visual differences between them, accelerate the “Canadian” from an MofW speed restriction.