VIA 906 brings train 72 off the Dundas Subdivision with a nice consist of stainless steel equipment snaking through the interlocking behind it.
VIA Rail train #52 Toronto - Montreal daily.
A somewhat rare consist with 906 leading 6437 and six LRC cars, two of which are rebuilt.
VIA #90 from Niagara Falls rolls past Bayview Junction.
VIA 906 leaving Dorval station,going Montreal
VIA 83 passes through the small town of Princeton ON, on it's way to the next station stop in Woodstock.
A J-train heads east into the USRC.
VIA 61 rounds the curve at Newtonville Rd amidst the last rays of sunlight.
Station stop Woodstock. The picture was shot as the train pulled in at 1:54 PM - exactly the scheduled station stop time.
VIA 82 weaves over to Track 3 of the CN Oakville Sub for its station stop at Aldershot having just come down the Niagara Escarpment on the Dundas Sub.
Overlooking the breath taking view from the bluff a top Dundas Hill, we see a westbound VIA 671 climbing the 1% 10 mile Copetown Hill with ease.
VIA 70 making it's station stop at Brantford on it's daily run between Windsor & Toronto. This mornings train consists of VIA 906 with 1 baggage car and 6 coaches.
The week day J train heads east at a steady 91 MPH through Newtonville at Mile 280.6 of the Kingston Subdivision on a clear sunny day.
A little after sunset, Via train 66 glides through Newtonville, Ontario, behind Via 906 and 907, trailed by 10 Nightstar cars. 1753hrs.
VIA 675 passes by Oakville Yard on a pleasant winter afternoon.