VIA 907 pushes VIA 37 over the Lachine Canal bike path and the canal itself. After changing directions it will head towards its terminus of Fallowfield, Ontario.
VIA 907 pushes VIA 37 over the Lachine Canal, on its way to its destination of Fallowfield, Ontario.
Stacks and a VIA train by the skyline. The lead unit of VIA 65 (VIA 907) is seen between containers heading east on CN 120, as both pass through the Pointe St-Charles neighbourhood of Montr... (more)
The westbound VIA arrives from Toronto on its way to London. About to stop to collect passengers.
VIA 22 from Fallowfield is just about into Central Station in Montreal as it crosses the Lachine Canal with wrapped VIA 907 leading. Behind the rebuilt and repainted VIA 1 LCR car are three unrebu... (more)
VIA 633 has unwrapped VIA 6420 leading and wrapped P42DC's VIA 905 mid-train and VIA 907 at the tail end as the 48-axle long train passes the curve at MP 6 of CN's Montreal Sub. The rear consist b... (more)
After arriving on VIA Rail P0833106, VIA Rail P42-9DC #907, decked out in the Canada 150 scheme, is seen having been turned and set up for Friday morning's train P0823107. The train is seen at L... (more)
Reflected train and tower. Both VIA 63 and the abandoned Wellington Tower are reflected in the still waters of the Lachine Canal on a foggy morning.
Shoving on the rear of a well-powered passenger train. VIA 633 for Ottawa is approaching Turcot West with VIA 907 bringing up the rear, along with VIA 6411 leading, and a second P42DC in th... (more)
A beat up nose. The nose of VIA 907 has seen better days as it leads VIA 55 which is stopped to board passengers at Dorval Station.
VIA 907 departs from Brockville station with Toronto to Montreal train #50.
VIA 907 entreing Dorval station with Budd cars
VIA 907 travels west on the Smiths Falls Subdivision with Ottawa to Toronto train #45.
VIA 907 leads Ottawa to Toronto train #47 south on the Brockville Subdivision.
VIA 907 departs from Kingston with the combined VIA 60/50 J-train to Montreal.